The Gospel According to St. Luke: An Introduction and Commentary
Writing from a conservative evangelical position, the author is careful to incorporate the findings of the latest Biblical scholarship while refraining from polemic. A substantial introduction, treating the relationship between the first three Gospels, is followed by a verse-by-verse commentary on the text of Luke. Also included is a brief section on the language of the original, and a more extended discussion of Luke as a theologian. As an appendix, the author provides a table of parallel passages in the other Synoptics, enabling the reader to see at a glance what material is peculiar to Luke.
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