FOCUSed15 Podcast – Episode #9 (Season 2)
There are loads of gems in this 15 minute episode! Chris and I continue on in our What do I need to know about … episodes. We’ve covered Matthew and Mark so far. Now it’s Luke’s turn. Listen in to hear a few important things you need to know before you start studying the gospel of Luke.
IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL HEAR ABOUT:
- Who the author of the Gospel of Luke is – his occupation, and where he was from
- Who his audience is and the reason he is writing
- How this book fits in with the other gospels
- When it was written and how that fits in with history
- How Luke was connected to the Apostle Paul
- The importance his writings had on the early church and how it fueled their faith
- The significance of Luke’s profession and his name being associated with these accounts
- What do I need to know about the Gospel of Mark? (Episode 6, Season 2)
ADDITIONAL RECOMMENDED RESOURCES:
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- Mark of the Lion series by Francine Rivers
- ESV Study Bible – A great resource for any book of the Bible. Includes all the basic info you would need to know about a book (author, audience, aim) and more.
- New American Commentary – both of us have used in our Logos library
- Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament
- Part 1 – Luke 1:1-9:50 – on Chris’ shelf
- Part 2 – Luke 9:51-24:53 – on Chris’ shelf
- Chris says the whole Baker Exegetical Commentary series is excellent
- The New International Commentary on the New Testament – on Chris’ shelf
SERMONS ON THE GOSPEL OF LUKE:
- Desiring God Library – Sermons on Luke
- The Village Church – Sermons on Luke
- Pioneer Baptist Church – Sermons on Luke
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