RES 351 Week 4 Day 6
RES 351 Week 4 Day 6 RES 351
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RES 351 9-13-16 Luke 1. The John born to Zechariah and Elizabeth (Luke 1) is John the Baptist a. Not mentioned anywhere else b. Elizabeth is kin to Mary c. This is an L source 2. Synoptics – stories in all three (Matt, Mark, Luke) a. Q stories – only found in Matt and Luke b. M – only in Matt c. L – only in Luke 3. Who is Luke? a. Travelled with Paul i. Not sure how long b/c Luke’s theology is different b. Greek (likely) i. Language seems like a native speaker ii. Writing for a Gentile audience c. Physician (perhaps) d. Luke’s Gospel and Acts are Volume I and II, both written by him 4. Theophilus a. Maybe expected to publish it b. May not be a real person and instead an endearing term 5. Themes a. Concept of Holy Spirit is much more prevalent b. Luke’s birth story focuses on Mary whereas Matt’s focuses on Joseph 6. Holy Spirit a. Luke and Paul have this theology b. Acts 2:1-13 i. Xenoglossia (Holy Spirit allowing you to speak in a foreign language that you don’t know) ii. Glossolalia (not seen here, but later in Paul, when you speak in an unknown language (tongues) given you by the Holy Spirit) c. No doctrine of the Trinity until 323 CE in Nicene 7. Universal Salvation a. Mark’s theme: suffering servant b. Matt’s theme: higher righteousness c. Luke’s theme: universal salvation (in the sense that anyone can be saved) i. Outcasts/marginalized brought to the center d. Luke includes more stories about women than the other gospels e. Luke’s wording of “blessed are the poor” f. Advocate for social justice and equality, which is one of Stanton’s reasons why this is really popular among people today
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