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Notes 11-3

Notes 11-3 - •its ironic the crowd has chosen the wrong...

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11/5 Acts •Chapters 1-10 Petrine focus •Chapter 17 - on Pauline focus •continues Luke ʼ s themes and emphases Acts 2:16-36 •reversal of Babel •Joel quote - Peter realizing new era •Psalms quote • immediate end times Lucan Phases of Salvation History 1. Israel (Luke 1-2) 2.Jesus (Jesus binds the Israel and Church phase) 3.Church (Acts 1) •Luke writes to a primarily Gentile audience, so he tends to explain more, especially connections non-Jews would not understand TANGENT: Ezekiel in Babylon, 586 BCE, Chariot vision Indicates: “religious truth claim is deeper than historicity” •Peter and Paul have unworthy starts in Luke / Acts •Grk: diakonien - “to serve”, implicit is the serving of food, at least at Frst Acts 15:16 - Lydia Barabbas - (Bar - Abbas) meaning “son of the father”
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Unformatted text preview: •its ironic, the crowd has chosen the wrong son of the father. They should have chosen Jesus, the real Son of the Father . Jesus sends. .. 70 - parallel to Genesis ʼ numbering of the nations & Moses ʼ number of appointed judges Luke 10 - Good Samaritan (unique to Luke) •Also see Jesus ʼ healing of the 10 lepers; only the Samaritan (who is permanently unclean) thanks Jesus. •Jesus kneels in ch 22, while praying; this is a new posture for prayer. Traditionally prayer was done standing. •Luke 24 - road to Emmaus, Jesus explains. •Acts claim to invulnerability to snakes - either literal or symbolic claim •Genesis 3 - “offspring” is collective; could be “he, she or they”....
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