Tuesday Feb 01, 2022

Luke, Part 1

Following on our previous two-parters covering the Gospels of Mark (part one, part two) and John (part one, part two), in this episode we finally get around to covering the prequel to the Book of Acts (also covered in two parts), namely the Gospel of Luke. We discuss whether Luke was a Jew or a Gentile and what difference that would make, what he left out of Mark and why, what he took from Matthew or possibly Q, how not to read the bits about purity and Pharisees anti-Judaically, and the unique Lukan portrait of John's and Jesus' conception and birth, starring Elizabeth and Mary. Plus, I try to pin Dad down on the Virgin Birth.


1. Levine and Witherington III, The Gospel of Luke

2. Thiessen, Jesus and the Forces of Death

3. Kinzer, Jerusalem Crucified, Jerusalem Risen

4. Here's an article I wrote years ago reflecting on the infertility and adoption stories of the Bible

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