The Gospel of Luke

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The Gospel of Luke -
Note: The Synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark and Luke) are very similar accounts. Most events are considered in the Book Notes on Matthew.
   Therefore, most of the commentary (in the Book Notes) on Mark and Luke considers passages which do not appear in Matthew.
See How to use the Book Notes on Mark & Luke.
Outline of Luke:
I. The Evangelist's Introduction, 1:1-4.
II. The human relationships of Jesus, 1:5- 2:52.
III. The baptism, ancestry & testing of Jesus, 3:1- 4:13.
IV. The ministry of the Son of man
as Prophet-King in Galilee, 4:14- 9:50.
V. The journey of the Son of Man
from Galilee to Jerusalem, 9:51- 19:44
VI. The final offer of the Son of man
as King to Israel, His rejection and sacrifice, 19:45- 23:56.
VII. The resurrection, the post-resurrection ministry,
and the ascension of the Son of man, ch.24.

[Elements in the above outline were adapted from the Scofield Reference Bible, pub. 1917.]

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