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Lectures on the Gospel according to Luke, vol. 1
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Lectures on the Gospel according to Luke, vol. 1

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John Johnstone 1849

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Overview

These lectures cover the entire book of Luke, in-depth, from the keen perspective of popular preacher and teacher James Foote. Volume one contains 40 lectures and covers up to Luke 8:16–21.

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Key Features

  • Examines the entire book of Luke
  • Contains 40 different lectures to give a wide variety into you study on the Gospel of Luke
  • Provides a look into the Gospel of Luke through the insightful eyes of James Foote

Praise for the Print Edition

It would be difficult to point to a work on the Gospel of Luke so ample in its details and illustrations, and, at the same time, so thoroughly to be relied on for its sound and orthodox views of Christian truth. Mr. Foote is one of those theologians who may be trusted, and who is altogether lifted above those follies and conceits which weaken and corrupt much of our modern expositions of Holy Scripture.

Evangelical Magazine

Admirable specimens of the good old Scottish style of lecturing.

English Presbyterian Messenger

Product Details

  • Title: Lectures on the Gospel according to Luke, vol. 1
  • Author: James Foote
  • Publisher: John Johnstone
  • Publication Date: 1849
  • Pages: 576

About James Foote

James Foote was a Scotch clergyman and author of numerous books. Educated at Marischal College and the University of Aberdeen, Foote was ordained in 1809 and ministered at the Free East Church of Aberdeen. Foote’s other works include A Treatise on Effectual Calling and A Sermon in the Free Church Pulpit.

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