Luke

Alan Thompson on the Greek of Luke’s Gospel

We recently featured Alan Thompson’s new Exegetical Guide to the Greek New Testament on Luke’s Gospel and we’re happy that he was able to conduct a little interview with us. You’ll learn much here about the exegetical process, about Greek, and about Dr. Thompson and his labors for the kingdom….

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Greek Webinar: Mary’s Magnificat

This week we ventured into Luke’s Gospel and translated through Mary’s Magnificat, Luke 1:46-55. As you’ll see, we noted that about 11 of the 12 verbs are aorists, with the only present-tense verb being the very first one, “my soul is magnifying the Lord.” Why do you think all the other verbs are aorists?┬áComment below to help us out! Especially if you have any sources on it. If you want to tackle some similar Greek from Acts, check out William…

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His Mission: Jesus in the Gospel of Luke, ed. D. A. Carson & Kathleen Nielson

This new work is a truly pleasure to read and an excellent source of pastoral exposition and application of Luke’s Gospel. Contributors include John Piper on Luke 1-2, Colin Smith on the sermon at Nazareth (Luke 4:14-30), Crawford Loritts on Jesus’ power toward the afflicted (Luke 8:26-56), D. A. Carson on Jesus’ resolve to head toward Jerusalem (9:18-62), Kevin DeYoung on Jesus’ mission to save the lost (Luke 15:1-32), Steven Um on Jesus and money (16:1-15), Gary Millar on Jesus’ betrayal and crucifixion (22:39-23:49), and Tim Keller on Jesus’ vindication in Luke 24….

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