B 41 Luke's Jesus: The Message and Meaning of Luke's Gospel


Luke is the longest of the gospels, and for many people its picture of Jesus is the most natural and attractive of the four, with stables, angels, shepherds and parables of lost sheep, coins and sons.

But what are its themes, how is it shaped, and how can we use this gospel most effectively in learning about discipleship? This delightful study answers all these questions and more, and shows how Luke can help us 'on the way' with Jesus.

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Author: Revd John Proctor

John is married to Elaine with an adult daughter and son. He works for the United Reformed Church, teaching the New Testament to students in Cambridge. Before that he was a parish minister in Glasgow. John has written 'The Christmas Stories in Faith and Preaching' (Grove Biblical booklet B 9, 1998) and 'The People's Bible Commentary: Matthew' (Bible Reading Fellowship, 2001).

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