Luke's Gospel

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Who was Luke writing for and why?
A non-Christian world and to present an orderly account of Jesus' life
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It seems to be that God is at work in all events - how is this shown?
The word 'must' emphasises how the events are planned and that it is God that resurrects Jesus, not Jesus himself
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What does Jesus' message to the disciples speak of?
Christ's death and resurrection, repentance for forgiveness as well as preaching to all nations
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How is it shown that something amazing has happened?
On the road to Emmaus - Jesus possesses supernatural properties showing that his body was different somehow
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What quote is used to show Jesus' true status and glory?
"body of the Lord Jesus Christ"
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Jesus is not just a powerful prophet but the ...
fulfilment of the prophecy
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What does Luke do to show the lack of recognition at the beginning to the realisation at the end?
He parallels this to show how it goes from fear to joy
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It seems to be that God is at work in all events - how is this shown?

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The word 'must' emphasises how the events are planned and that it is God that resurrects Jesus, not Jesus himself

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What does Jesus' message to the disciples speak of?

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How is it shown that something amazing has happened?

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What quote is used to show Jesus' true status and glory?

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