Scholars- Discipleship

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Luke uses thejourney motif to solidify the relationships between the disciples and the master to provide instruction on the way of discpleship and to encourage people to join Him on the way of carrying out God's purpose
Green
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For Luke, being a disciple largely consists of following the example of Jesus as written in the tradition about Him
Talbert
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The doors of discipleship are open to everyone, even those who were ordinarily excluded from the thinking of Holy people.
Green
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"Cross" to be understood to be a one way ticket to self- denial for early Christians
Morris
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Leaving your family behind brought disgrace upon them. This is what was meant by "hate"
Tannehill
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Discipleship is based on Christian tradition and grounded in the community, but is lived out in the mission of the world
Powell
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Christians lived among enemies (Pagan, Jew) and served different king; they need to be reminded to love and be concerned for their neighbour
Caird
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For Luke, being a disciple largely consists of following the example of Jesus as written in the tradition about Him

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The doors of discipleship are open to everyone, even those who were ordinarily excluded from the thinking of Holy people.

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"Cross" to be understood to be a one way ticket to self- denial for early Christians

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Leaving your family behind brought disgrace upon them. This is what was meant by "hate"

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