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The unity of Luke's theology : an analysis of Luke-Acts

Author: Robert F O'Toole
Publisher: Wilmington, Del. : M. Glazier, 1984.
Series: Good news studies, v. 9.
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Named Person: Luke, Saint.; Luc, saint.; Luke, Saint.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert F O'Toole
ISBN: 0894534386 9780894534386
OCLC Number: 11149815
Description: 279 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: Part I: God continues to bring salvation to His people, Israel, who are now the Christians. He does this in various ways --
1. God who brought salvation to Israel continues to do this for the Christians --
2. Jesus, the Savior --
3. The disciples continue the work of Jesus --
Part II: Luke's description of how God makes salvation in Jesus present to the Christians --
4. The universality of salvation --
5. Christ, the Savior of the disadvantaged --
6. Delay of the parousia and Luke's notion of eschatology --
7. Christians live peacefully in a Roman world --
8. The personal dimension in Luke's portrayal of God's salvific activity Part III: Discipleship: How Christians act in the presence of God's salvific activity --
9. The desired personal response to God's salvific will --
10. Joy, wonder, blessing and praise --
11. Christians are to imitate the Father and Jesus.
Series Title: Good news studies, v. 9.
Responsibility: by Robert F. O'Toole.

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