This second volume of Hughes’ commentary on Luke starts with chapter 11 and concludes with Christ’s Ascension in chapter 24 of the gospel. Luke the historian--with his painstaking reporting--will make you certain about the truth of not only his Gospel, but the gospel. Luke the theologian--with his careful recounting of Christ's mercy and compassion--will touch you with God's love and grace. And Luke the physician--with his heart for people, especially the less privileged--will help you to love others more deeply. This may well be the only commentary you'll ever need to teach and preach the power, the celebration, the glorious message of Luke's beloved Gospel.
- 14 chapters of careful exposition written in understandable English
- Brilliantly explains connections between Old Testament books and the Gospel of Luke
- Completely interactive with your Libronix library
- All Scripture references appear on mouse-over
Praise for the Print Edition
[Kent Hughes] never loses sight of the preacher's true task of proclaiming the Gospel...Hughes takes this task utterly seriously, never neglecting the hard exegetical and interpretative work that must underlie all responsible exposition...Yet he also understands that his own life and conviction and passion must ring through his preaching, if his words, as God's words, are to sail like arrows into his hearers' hearts.
—Mark R. Talbot, Modern Reformation
- Title: Luke: That You May Know the Truth (Volume 2)
- Author(s): R. Kent Hughes
- Series: Preaching the Word
- Publisher: Crossway
- Publication Date: 1998
- Pages: 463
About R. Kent Hughes
R. Kent Hughes is Senior Pastor Emeritus of College Church in Wheaton, Illinois where he previously served as senior pastor for twenty-seven years. He earned degrees from Whittier College, Talbot School of Theology, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and Biola University.
Hughes is the author of numerous books, among them the best-selling Disciplines of a Godly Man. He is editor and contributor to the Preaching the Word Series, including Mark: Jesus, Servant and Savior which received the Gold Medallion Book Award for best commentary in 1990.