In Luke, Tuckett discusses the authorship, date and text of the Gospel. With the main focus in this guide on Luke’s view of eschatology—salvation history—and the person and work of Jesus, Tuckett also tackles Luke’s positions on Jews, Gentiles and Judaism. Departing from Luke’s theology, the book concentrates on the concrete ideas set forth in the Gospel regarding the Christian life and practice. One major theme prominent in Luke concerns poverty and riches, and Tuckett spends a chapter on the subject.
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- Title: Luke
- Author: Christopher M. Tuckett
- Publisher: Sheffield Academic
- Publication Date: 2000
- Pages: 118
About Christopher M. Tuckett
Christopher M. Tuckett is Professor in New Testament at the University of Oxford. His research interests are in the New Testament, Christology, Early Christian Gospels, and Paul. He is the author of Q and the History of Early Christianity.