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February 19, 2008 Luke: Jesus The Universal Messiah O (earth) I Background Info A. Authorship-Luke (physician) follower of apostle Paul B. Written 80-85 C. Emphases- gives Jesus early universal significance 1. Luke: 1:34; 43; 2:30-31 2. Jesus’ salvation comes not to just the Jews but to all People 3. Book of Acts 1:8- Because Jesus is rejected by the Jews his message is taken to non-Jews (God’s will) D. The Purpose of Luke and Acts 1. The books are meant to justify God action in history (rejection by the Jews was the inclusion of the Gentiles (was the action)) 2. Encourage Gentiles that they were not an after thought but part of God’s plan from the beginning II. Luke compared w/ Mark & Matthew A. Luke 1:1-14 the author appeals to written and oral sources (highly literate Greek) B. Luke 3:23-38 genealogy last entry is God i.e. – son of God
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Unformatted text preview: C. Luke 4:16-30 Mark 6:1-6(rejection at Nazareth) III. Jesus as prophet A Luke 1:46-55 Cf. 1 Sam 2:1-10 under inspiration of the Holy Spirit B. Luke 4:16-30 preaches like a prophet C. Luke 7:11-17 Cf. 1 Kings 17:7-24 D. Dies like a prophet (goes to his death with confidence) 1. Luke 13:33 temple was destroyed 2. Luke 22:40-46 3. Luke 23:33-49 4. Luke 23:26-32 IV. Luke & Acts are world affirming A. Acts 2:23, 4:28; 5:38; Luke 7:30 Plan, purpose and will of God B. Mark 9:1 Cf. Luke 9:27; 22:69 no mention of the imminent end of the world C. Kingdom of God is within us 1. Luke 6:20-36 Cf. Matt. 5:3-11 2. Luke 10:38-42 V. Conclusion A. Luke is similar to Matthew and Mark B. In Luke the emphasis is on the people and favors the people who are the least important...
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