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Calling All Nations: A Bible Study on the Gospel of Luke

St John's Centre - Andrew Wood
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A Bible Study on the Gospel of Luke

In this beautiful course you will discover how Jesus’ mission was to bring all nations into the Kingdom of God. Beginning with the infancy narratives of both John the Baptist and Jesus, Luke traces how salvation first comes to the Jews, and then after Jesus entrusts his mission to the Apostles, salvation also comes to the Gentile nations.

Although Luke’s Gospel is clearly written as an “orderly account” drawn from “eyewitnesses,” it is not merely an historical narrative of the sayings and events of Jesus of Nazareth. As you will see, like the other Gospel writers, Luke is a master of his craft. With great skill he shows, not only the universal call to salvation in Jesus Christ, but also the great joy that this call brings. Luke is unique in his presentation of the super-abundant joy that comes with Jesus. Luke’s account is also unique in showing how Jesus has come for the outcast and the sinner, for women and the oppressed.

In this insightful course you will discover the uniqueness of Luke’s Gospel in his presentation of Jesus as the universal Saviour of all peoples.

 

Chapter Listing

  1. Old Testament Highlights
  2. Interpreting Scripture and Introducing Luke
  3. Jesus Christ Lord of History (Ch.1)
  4. Birth of Jesus and Luke's Infancy Narrative (Ch.2)
  5. Jesus' Baptism; Coronation of Jesus as Priest, Prophet and King (Ch.3)
  6. Jesus' Temptations in the Wilderness and His Transfiguration (Ch.4-9)
  7. Journey to Jerusalem; Jesus Begins the Lukan Travel Narrative (Ch.10-14)
  8. A Most Famous Parable; The Parable of the Prodigal Son (Ch.15-17)
  9. Zacchaeus and Jesus' Entrance into Jerusalem (Ch.18-19)
  10. Jesus Encounters Controversy in Jerusalem (Ch.20)
  11. Jesus Eschatological Discourse and the Last Supper (Ch.21-22)
  12. Peters Denial, Jesus Resurrection and the Encounter on the Road to Emmaus (Ch.23-24)

12 CDs. 12 hours.

Course Page on the StJohnCentre website.

Cover artwork:
'St Luke the Evangelist' by Frans Hals [1582-1666]

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A Bible Study on the Gospel of Luke

In this beautiful course you will discover how Jesus’ mission was to bring all nations into the Kingdom of God. Beginning with the infancy narratives of both John the Baptist and Jesus, Luke traces how salvation first comes to the Jews, and then after Jesus entrusts his mission to the Apostles, salvation also comes to the Gentile nations.

Although Luke’s Gospel is clearly written as an “orderly account” drawn from “eyewitnesses,” it is not merely an historical narrative of the sayings and events of Jesus of Nazareth. As you will see, like the other Gospel writers, Luke is a master of his craft. With great skill he shows, not only the universal call to salvation in Jesus Christ, but also the great joy that this call brings. Luke is unique in his presentation of the super-abundant joy that comes with Jesus. Luke’s account is also unique in showing how Jesus has come for the outcast and the sinner, for women and the oppressed.

In this insightful course you will discover the uniqueness of Luke’s Gospel in his presentation of Jesus as the universal Saviour of all peoples.

 

Chapter Listing

  1. Old Testament Highlights
  2. Interpreting Scripture and Introducing Luke
  3. Jesus Christ Lord of History (Ch.1)
  4. Birth of Jesus and Luke's Infancy Narrative (Ch.2)
  5. Jesus' Baptism; Coronation of Jesus as Priest, Prophet and King (Ch.3)
  6. Jesus' Temptations in the Wilderness and His Transfiguration (Ch.4-9)
  7. Journey to Jerusalem; Jesus Begins the Lukan Travel Narrative (Ch.10-14)
  8. A Most Famous Parable; The Parable of the Prodigal Son (Ch.15-17)
  9. Zacchaeus and Jesus' Entrance into Jerusalem (Ch.18-19)
  10. Jesus Encounters Controversy in Jerusalem (Ch.20)
  11. Jesus Eschatological Discourse and the Last Supper (Ch.21-22)
  12. Peters Denial, Jesus Resurrection and the Encounter on the Road to Emmaus (Ch.23-24)

12 CDs. 12 hours.

Course Page on the StJohnCentre website.

Cover artwork:
'St Luke the Evangelist' by Frans Hals [1582-1666]

Listen to a Sample Lesson of this Course

 mp3.png

 

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