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Bible As Literature Luke-Acts April 12 & 14, 2010
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Administrative Quiz 6 on Friday Change in Quiz policy: Quiz will be in the first 10 minutes of class. Let me know ASAP if you need to take the quiz early Covers readings and lectures for all of the synoptic Gospels (Mark, Matthew, Luke-Acts) Remaining Schedule Next Week: M-Synoptic parallels/What is a Gospel? W/F: Gospel of John (Q7 on Friday) LAST FULL WEEK: Apocalyptic Literature (Q8 on Friday) No lecture slides for the last week of class
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Luke-Acts Inaugurating the Age of the Spirit
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Keys to Understanding  Luke-Acts Two-volume narrative: History of Christian community rather than study of single individual Interwoven subjects Legitimacy of Christian practice Trustworthiness of Christian teaching Justice and consistency of God’s action Integrated linkages of motifs Eyewitness motif Spirit motif
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Schematic Outline: Luke Preparation for Ministry Prologue Infancy Narrative Baptism Genealogy Galilean Ministry “Rejection” in Nazareth Sermon on the Plain Travel Narrative Parables Jerusalem Ministry Passion Narrative Hearing before Herod Dialogue between “thieves” Multiple resurrection appearances Ascension
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Preparation for Ministry: Luke 1:1-4:13
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Luke’s Prologue Since many have undertaken to set down an orderly account of the events that have been fulfilled among us , just as they were handed on to us by those who from the beginning were eyewitnesses and servants of the word, I too decided, after investigating everything carefully from the very first, to write an orderly account for you, most excellent Theophilus, so that you may know the truth concerning the things about which you have been instructed . Luke 1:1-4
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Luke and Matthew: A comparison Shared Elements with Matthew Genealogy Account of Birth Baptism Temptation Modified Elements Genealogy Jesus presented as from house of David, but not descendent of kings Genealogy traced to Adam Birth Novel Elements Birth of John Boyhood episode: Jesus Teaching in the Temple
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Birth of Jesus in Mt/Lk Matthew Angelic annunciation To Joseph Dream After Mary “showing” Bethlehem Birth Family resident in city Acclaimed by visitors Foreigners bring tribute Key external event Herod’s massacre explains necessity of travel from Bethlehem Luke Angelic annunciation To Mary Waking vision Before conception Bethlehem birth Family travels to city Acclaimed by visitors Shepherds adore child Key external event Census of Quirinius explains necessity of travel to Bethlehem
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A different Scriptural backdrop: Luke and 1 Samuel Shared Motifs Initial events occur in the city that houses Israel’s shrine Shiloh in 1 Sam./Jerusalem in Luke Piety of family illustrated
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This note was uploaded on 05/23/2011 for the course RLST 101 taught by Professor Layton,r during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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