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Luke: historian and theologian

Author: I Howard Marshall
Publisher: Grand Rapids : Zondervan, 1971, ©1970.
Series: Contemporary evangelical perspectives., Biblical theology.
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The writings of Luke (Luke-Acts) comprise over 28% of the whole New Testament -- even more than the extensive writings of his friend and companion, Paul, whose letters account for almost exactly a further 25%. This fact alone emphasizes the vital importance of the Lucan corpus to a true understanding of the doctrine as well as the history of apostolic times. There has been a growing awareness of the qualities of  Read more...
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Marshall, I. Howard.
Luke: historian and theologian.
Grand Rapids, Zondervan [1971, ©1970]
(OCoLC)609260036
Named Person: Luke, Saint.; Luc, saint.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: I Howard Marshall
ISBN: 0853641048 9780853641049 0310287618 9780310287612
OCLC Number: 1020317
Description: 238 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: The modern approach to Luke-Acts --
History or theology? --
Luke as a historian --
The theology of salvation --
God my Saviour --
To save the lost --
The word of this salvation --
What must I do to be saved? --
Luke the evangelist.
Series Title: Contemporary evangelical perspectives., Biblical theology.
Responsibility: by I. Howard Marshall.

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The writings of Luke (Luke-Acts) comprise over 28% of the whole New Testament -- even more than the extensive writings of his friend and companion, Paul, whose letters account for almost exactly a further 25%. This fact alone emphasizes the vital importance of the Lucan corpus to a true understanding of the doctrine as well as the history of apostolic times. There has been a growing awareness of the qualities of Luke as a historian, and in this book Dr. Marshall demonstrates that Luke's theology, which he summarizes as "the theology of salvation," is at least of equal stature and importance with his carefully compiled history. - Back cover.

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