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St. Luke the Prophet


Macmillan and Co., Macmillan Co. 1901

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“A belief in Christianity must ever be a belief in its power to save and renew and uplift the soul of a man, and not merely a historical knowledge of the fact that it once possessed this power,” writes Selwyn in the preface. St. Luke the Prophet examines the Gospel According to Luke in context with the rest of the New Testament.

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Key Features

  • Examines how the Gospel of Luke fits in with the New Testament
  • Contains historical knowledge of the Luke’s time period
  • Promotes the belief in Christ’s power to save


  • The Names, Luke and Prophet
  • The Travel-Document or Journey-Record or We-Document of the Acts
  • Silvanus’ Disappearance and Luke’s Appearance
  • St Luke in the Petrine Epistles
  • St Luke Reconciles His Senior Apostles
  • St Paul’s Ephesians and St Luke’s 1 Peter
  • St Luke and St Jude
  • The Prophetic Character of Acts I-XII
  • Parallelism of the Acts
  • Some Further Traces of the Origin of the Acts

Praise for the Print Edition

No one can read this treatise without learning very much from it.


Product Details

  • Title: St. Luke the Prophet
  • Author: Edward Carus Selwyn
  • Publisher: Macmillan and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1901
  • Pages: 388

About Edward Carus Selwyn

Edward Carus Selwyn (1853–1913) was headmaster of uppingham School and a fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. He was the author of The Christian Prophets and The Oracles in the New Testament.

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