Jesus the Messiah for all

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What does universalism mean?
A central theme in Luke's Gospel, refers to Jesus accepting everyone
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In Luke what is there clear evidence of?
Jesus supporting and encouraging those on the fringes of Jewish society.
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What does Jesus emphasise?
All could enter the kingdom of heaven.
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Why is Luke's symbol an ox?
He showed Jesus to have supported those in society who had the greatest burdens to bear.
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Tax collectors...
were hated by the Jews.
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They Jews hate Samaritans but...
Jesus praised Samaritans on two occasions. This challenged the jewish view.
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Why do Jews regard themselves as the chosen people?
Because they had the Covenant with God.
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What did Simeon describe Jesus as?
"A light for revelation to the Gentiles"
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What did Jesus say to his disciples after the resurrection?
Repentance and forgiveness of sins will be preached in his name to all nations.
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How did Jesus treat women?
His attitude was revolutionary. He would speak to them in public and treat them with respect and taught them alongside men. They are very important in the birth stories and the easter story.
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