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Falling in Love with Jesus: Studies in the Book of Luke

by Shelly, Rubel

College Press 1998

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Overview

He touched the diseased, restored the dead to life, and gave up the glory of heaven for a life of sorrow, sweat, and tears. Could Jesus really have done this for you and me? The writer of Luke thought so! This energetic young doctor fell in love with the idea of God coming to save all people. Because of Jesus, this idea, this abstract concept, this wishful thought, became reality, became something to live for, became flesh.

Two thousand years have come and gone. Once again the question is asked: could Jesus really have done all this for me? From the rooftops the answer is shouted—yes. Falling in Love with Jesus is a foundational study that introduces you to the life, travels, and teaching of the Savior Jesus Christ. Along your journey through Luke you may begin to see Jesus as never before, and perhaps fall in love with him all over again.

This 35-week study is designed for individual or small group use. Incorporating this series with your preferred Bible, the Passage Guide, and the other Bible study tools in your Logos Bible Software allows you to dive deeper into Bible study with a significant base of knowledge right in front of you.

Key Features

  • 35-week study through Luke’s Gospel
  • Section-by-section commentary on Luke
  • Daily study and application questions to challenge your understanding of the text

Product Details

  • Title: Falling in Love with Jesus: Studies in the Book of Luke
  • Author: Rubel Shelly
  • Publisher: College Press
  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Pages: 250

About Rubel Shelly

Rubel Shelly serves as president and professor of philosophy and religion at Rochester College in Rochester Hills, MI. Shelly received his BA, MA, and MTh from Harding University, and his MA and PhD from Vanderbilt University. Prior to Rochester College, he taught at Freed-Hardeman University, Lipscomb University, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Tennessee State University, Pepperdine University, Abilene Christian University, Emmanuel Seminary, and Kentucky Christian University.

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