Gospel means good news, in this case the good news of the birth, life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ as recorded by Luke. W. Manson has noted that “Luke has cast his net wide, and produced a gospel the most voluminous and varied, the most vibrant and sympathetic, the most beautiful and sweetly reasonable of all that we possess.” Contemporary author and theologian R. C. Sproul has said that of the four gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, Luke is his favorite.
Well known and highly respected Biblical commentator Leon Morris has pointed out that Luke’s grand theme throughout his gospel is the love of God for his people as shown in the life of Jesus. According to Morris, Luke’s gospel “…is the longest of the four, and when Acts is added he has written more of the New Testament than any other single writer. Clearly a study of his writings is important for the student of the New Testament.” Even more, it is important to study this gospel in order to gain a proper understanding of who God is, who we are, and who Jesus Christ is in God’s perfect plan of redemption for the people of God.
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This lesson series from the Gospel of Luke is now complete with 40 lessons.
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Lessons from the Gospel of Luke
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