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Christology and Discipleship in the Gospel of Luke

Narrated by: Felix Just
Length: 30 mins
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Have you ever been struck by the number of women that appear in Luke’s Gospel? From Luke’s account of the annunciation to Mary down to his portrayal of the women at Jesus’ tomb, the presence of women in his Gospel has generated a great deal of discussion. So, too, has Luke’s emphasis on the sick and lame.

What can Luke’s stories tell you about his audience? How does his portrayal of Jesus compare to those of the other Gospel authors? And finally, what does the historical context in which he was writing signify for you - as you approach the text from a remove of 20 centuries?

You will gain both a scholar’s insight into Luke’s authorship and deep spiritual epiphanies as you reframe your picture of Luke’s Gospel. As you try on different interpretations of Luke’s account of both Jesus and Jesus’ most loyal followers, you’ll come to a new understanding of what it means to be a good disciple. This talk will stretch your mind and touch your heart.

This lecture is part of a larger audio series, Fr. Felix Just’s acclaimed Introduction to the New Testament.

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