A study of the unique perspectives in the Gospel of Luke and the Book of Acts
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Dr Luke, the author of the Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles, as a Gentile, had a unique perspective of the Gospel and Messiah. In A Luke's Eye View Dr Lionel Hartley examines this unique perspective as if viewed through the eyes of Dr Luke. With hundreds of cross-references, this book is recent revision of his earlier work kataV Louvkan - ‘according to Luke’ (Philadelphia Publications, Morisset NSW, 1984) making this topic easier to understand by the layman without neglecting the depth of study in the original.
Prologue The First Glance
Chapter 1 Luke’s Naked Eye
Chapter 2 Luke’s Reading Glasses
Chapter 3 Luke’s Magnifying Glass
Chapter 4 Luke’s Telescope (Outlines when viewed from a distance)