Luke’s Gospel was purposefully written with theology embedded in its patterned literary structure. A critical analysis of this cyclical structure provides new windows into Luke’s interpretation of the individual pericopes comprising the Gospel and illuminates several of his theological interests.
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- Analysis of Luke for literary structure, structural features and theology that may be derived from its structure
- Exploration of a possible process of composition in conjunction with the study of structure
- Evaluation on the work of Robert C. Tannehill on Luke–Acts
Praise for the Print Edition
One of the most original contributions to Lucan study of recent years.
—I. Howard Marshall, Emeritus Professor of New Testament Exegesis and Honorary Research Professor, University of Aberdeen
- Title: Lukan Theology in the Light of the Gospel’s Literary Structure
- Author: Douglas S. McComiskey
- Publisher: Paternoster Press
- Publication Date: 2006
- Pages: 388
About Douglas S. McComiskey
Douglas S. McComiskey is a professor of New Testament at Ridley College in Melbourne, Australia.