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A theology of Luke and Acts : biblical theology of the New Testament

Auteur: Darrell L Bock; Andreas J Köstenberger
Uitgever: Grand Rapids, Michgian : Zondervan, ©2012.
Serie: Biblical theology of the New Testament.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Examines Lukan themes, language, and the books' context within the Bible. --from publisher description.
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Genre/Vorm: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Darrell L Bock; Andreas J Köstenberger
ISBN: 0310270898 9780310270898
OCLC-nummer: 742306007
Opmerkingen: "God's promised program, realized for all nations"--Cover.
Beschrijving: 495 pages ; 24 cm.
Inhoud: The often lost importance of Luke-Acts and the orientation of this study --
The context of Luke-Acts: a short introduction --
The case for the unity of Luke-Acts and reading the volumes as Luke-Acts and as Luke and Acts --
Outline and narrative survey of Luke-Acts --
The plan, activity, and character of God: a survey in narrative order --
The God of promise, fulfillment, and salvation: synthesis of texts on the plan of God --
Jesus the Messiah who is Lord and bringer of the new era: narrative order --
Messiah, servant, prophet, Savior, Son of Man, and Lord: a synthesis on the person and work of Jesus --
The Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts: power and enablement for the promise and witness of the new era --
The salvation of God through Christ and the healings that picture it: narrative order --
The many dimensions of salvation in Luke-Acts: a synthesis --
Israel in Luke-Acts --
The Gentiles and the expression "the nations" in Luke-Acts --
The church and the Way in Luke-Acts --
Discipleship and ethics in the new community --
How response to Jesus divides: the opponents, the crowds, and Rome as observer of events in Luke-Acts --
Women, the poor, and the social dimensions in Luke-Acts --
The law in Luke-Acts --
Ecclesiology in Luke-Acts --
Eschatology, judgment, and hope for the future in Luke-Acts --
The scriptures in Luke-Acts --
Luke-Acts in the canon.
Serietitel: Biblical theology of the New Testament.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Darrell L. Bock ; Andreas J. Köstenberger, general editor.

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Examines Lukan themes, language, and the books' context within the Bible. --from publisher description.

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