[Arthur A. Just Jr.] epub Luke 11 950 Concordia Commentary free

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  1. says:

    Wonderful commentary on Luke Highly recommended

  2. says:

    I usually try to read a commentary on the Gospel we will be going through the upcoming year in the lectionary I love the Concordia Commentary series This is okay with some good insights Should be useful for preaching and teaching on one of my favorite Gospels Don't know if I will tackle the second volume or not

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S Just also asks how the narrative would have been appropriated by Luke’s first readers and how it contributes to the church’s faith and worship today The same Christ who became incarnate and was born of the Virgin Mary is present today with his gifts of grace conferred through Holy Baptism the hearing of God’s Word and the Lord’s SupperThis commentary’s literary techniue is based on a careful examination of the original Greek text It reveals the intricate structure of Luke’s Gospel and how t.

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Luke 11 950 Concordia Commentary

Luke wrote his Gospel to provide a trustworthy historical record of Jesus Christ From the start Luke’s Gospel is catechetical it teaches the facts of Jesus’ ministry for the purpose of instilling saving faith and strengthening the knowledge and appreciation of how Christ continues to redeem sinners through the ministry of Word and Sacrament Dr Arthur Just develops four central themes in Luke Christology sacramentology ecclesiology and eschatology In addition to exploring what Luke’s narrative state.


Hat structure contributes to its message The commentary includes outlines of each pericope that facilitate preaching and teaching the text At appropriate junctures Just provides extensive discussions of vital themes in the text such as Baptism in Luke Acts; Luke’s prophet Christology; Jesus’ table fellowship the Passover and the Lord’s Supper; the Lukan Beatitudes; Luke’s travel narrative in which Christ journeys to the cross and open tomb; and Luke’s use of the Old Testament to witness to Chri.