Bible - Luke Review - Gospel of Luke Review Questions 1....

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Gospel of Luke Review Questions 1. What symbol is assigned to Luke’s gospel? Ox 2. What is the meaning of Luke’s symbol? 3. What is Luke’s supreme portrait of Jesus? 4. What is Luke’s ‘orderly’ narrative account called? 5. According to Luke, why was Jesus laid in an ox’s feeding trough? 6. What information about the subject is talked about before the main narrative in many ancient biographies? 7. How does Burridge explain Luke’s literary skill? 8. Luke evokes the Hebrew scriptures by using what phrases in his opening stories? 9. Explain according to Burridge how Luke begins his portrait of Jesus as a bearer of burdens? 10. In the Luke’s infancy stories Zechariah and Elizabeth are childless like which Old Testament couple? Abram and Sarai 11. Identify the old man and woman in the Temple that Luke uses to prove that Jesus comes out of Israel’s history and is not against the Old Testament and the prophets. 12. How does the ox being often found in the Temple for sacrifice speak to the poor? 13. Why did Mary and Joseph offer two pigeons instead of a lamb? 14. What does the final theme of Luke depict about Jesus?
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course MGMT 375 taught by Professor Higgins during the Spring '08 term at Abilene Christian University.

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