UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI
Life's biggest questions
Dr. Heidi Lene Maibom
Dr. Jaimie Smith
Dr MaibomTwo broad life meanings, eminent-human animals, flesh, bone, and blood. Biologically and
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CHAPTER FOURTEEN QUESTIONS
The Church and the Way in Luke-Acts
Bock notes that the word church does not occur in Luke. What word expresses the idea of
church in Luke? Read and analyze the following texts in dialogue with Bock: Luke 1:76, Luke
Explain what Bock means by the following statement: How does God direct his plan? on p.
127. Summarize what his point from the first paragraph and how he works it out on pages 127128.
Bock recognizes that God has various methods by which He controls Hi
Discuss the primary issues related to the authorship of Luke-Acts. What are the primary objections
to Luke being the author and how does one answer the objections? Do you agree with those who
object to Luke being the author or with those who argue for Luk
CHAPTER THIRTEEN QUESTIONS
The Gentiles and the Expression The Nations in Luke-Acts
What does the word ethnos mean and how does it relate to Luke-Acts?
Luke uses the word ethnos to describe the different national entities that make up the
world. For th
CHAPTER 10 QUESTIONS
The Salvation of God Through Christ and the Healings that Picture It: Narrative Order
On p. 229, Bock has a paragraph that begins with As God is a Savior, so is Jesus (Luke
2:11). Discuss the key points to what he means in that par
Explain what Bock means by From Messiah-Servant-Prophet to Lord on the top of p. 177.
Jesus Christ is explained by Bock to be a man of different shades and complexities, and he notes
that Luke paints this description of Christ with a step-by-step appro
CHAPTER NINE QUESTIONS
The Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts: Power and Enablement for the Promise and Witness of the New
Bock notes: The Spirit is a driving force for Lukes portrait of salvation, energizing and
guiding events both in Luke and especially in