03. Gospel of Luke

Sermons on Luke

IVP Commentary on Luke

The Gospel According to Luke – Sermon Transcripts

The Gospel of Luke (MP3 & Manuscripts – Series)

Sermons on Luke

The Gospel of Luke

Luke: The Gospel of the Gentiles

Luke

Series on Luke

The Parables

Highlights in the Life and Ministry of Jesus Christ

Studies in the Gospel of Luke

Expostitory Sermons from Luke

Luke Sermon Manuscripts

Sermon Series on Luke

Luke – MacPhail’s Manuscripts

Luke

Sermons on Luke

Luke

Studies in Luke 1-13: Saving Faith and Serving Faith

Studies in Luke 14-24: Saving Faith and Serving Faith

Luke Sermons

Sermons on selected lessons of the New Testament: Matthew, Mark, and Luke

The Recovery of Luke-Acts as “Grand Narrative” for the Church’s Evangelistic and Edification Tasks in a Postmodern Age

When is a Parallel Really a Parallel? A Test Case: The Lucan Parables

Understanding Luke’s Task: Carefully Building on Precedent (Luke 1:1-4)

Principles of Prayer from Luke

Luke: Introduction, Outline, and Argument

The Atonement in Lucan Theology in Recent Discussion

Learning About Jesus

The Gospel of Luke

 

Journals

Darrell L. Bock, Luke. The IVP New Testament Commentary Series.

A Child Shall Lead Us (Isa. 11:6, 8-9; Mark 10:15; Matt 18:1ff; Luke 11:11ff) (Lamin Sanneh)

A Question of Faith (Lk. 1:13, 18; 30-31, 34) (Jennette F. Scholer)

Luke (Bob Utley)

Edward Young Hincks, “The probable use of the first gospel by Luke,” Journal of Biblical Literature 10.2 (1891): 92-106.

Simon Kistemaker, “The structure of Luke’s Gospel,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 25.1 (March 1982): 33-39.

F.F. Bruce, “Luke’s Presentation of the Spirit in Acts,” Criswell Theological Review 5.1 (1990) 15-29.

Paul W. Felix, “Literary Dependence and Luke’s Prologue,” The Master’s Seminary Journal 8.1 (Spring 1997): 61-82.

Greg Forbes, “Repentance and Conflict in the Parable of the Lost Son (Luke 15:11-32),” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 42.2 (1999): 211-229.

Joel B. Green, “The Problem of a Beginning: Israel’s Scriptures in Luke 1-2,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 4 (1994): 61-86.

Laurie Guy, “The Interplay of the Present and Future in the Kingdom of God (Luke 19:11-44),” Tyndale Bulletin 48.1 (1997): 119-137.

Scott Hahn, “Kingdom and Church in Luke-Acts: From Davidic Christology to Kingdom Ecclesiology,” Craig Bartholomew, Joel Green, Anthony Thiselton, eds., Reading Luke: Interpretation, Reflections, Formation Scripture and Hermeneutics Series VI; eds. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2005. pp. 294-326.

Kyu Sam Han, “Theology of Prayer in the Gospel of Luke,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 43.4 (2000): 674-693.

The Atonement in Lucan Theology in Recent Discussion (Dr. Greg Herrick)

William J. Larkin, Jr., “Luke’s Use of the Old Testament as a Key to His Soteriology,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 20.4 (1977): 325-335.

I. Howard Marshall, “Tradition and Theology in Luke (Luke 8:5-15),” Tyndale Bulletin 20 (1969): 56-75.

R.D.C. Robbins, “A Vindication of Luke 2: 1, 2 When Did the Taxing Spoken of in These Verses Take Place?” Bibliotheca Sacra 1 No. 3 (1844): 443-464. 

M. Max B. Turner, “Jesus and the Spirit in Lucan Perspective,” Tyndale Bulletin 32 (1981): 3-42. 

Dale C. Allison, Jr., “The structure of the Sermon on the Mount,” Journal of Biblical Literature 106.3 (Sept. 1987): 423-445.

Was Jesus Born in a Stable? (Associates for Biblical Research)

David E. Aune, “The Text-Tradition of Luke-Acts,” Bulletin of the Evangelical Theological Society 7.3 (Summer 1964): 69-82. Available: HERE and HERE

Craig L. Blomberg, “When is a Parallel Really a Parallel? A Test Case: The Lucan Parables,” Westminster Theological Journal 46 (1984) 78-103.

Darrell L. Bock, “The Son of Man in Luke 5:24,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 1 (1991): 109-121.

Darrell L. Bock, “Understanding Luke’s Tasks: Carefully Building on Precedent (Luke 1:1-4),” Criswell Theological Review 5.2 (1991) 183-202.

Lynne Courter Boughton, “‘Being Shed for You/Many’: Time-Sense and Consequences in the Synoptic Cup Citations,” Tyndale Bulletin 48.2 (1997): 249-270.

Wayne Brindle, “The Census And Quirinius: Luke 2:2,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 27.1 (1984): 43-52.

F.F. Bruce, “The Book of Zechariah and the Passion Narrative,” Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 43 (March 1961): 336-353.

F.F. Bruce, “Are The Gospels Anti-Semitic?” Eternity 24 (November 1973): 16-18.

Donald E. Cook, “A Gospel Portrait of the Pharisees,” Review & Expositor 84.2 (Spring 1987): 221-233.

Robert G. Crawford, “A Parable of the Atonement,” The Evangelical Quarterly 50.1 (Jan.-Mar. 1978): 2-7.

John W. Drane, “Simon the Samaritan and the Lucan Concept of Salvation History,” Evangelical Quarterly 47.3 (July-Sept. 1975): 131-137.

Richard J. Erickson, “The Jailing of John and the Baptism of Jesus: Luke 3:19-21,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 36.4 (1993): 445-466.

Floyd V. Filson, “The Journey Motif in Luke-Acts,” W. Ward Gasque & Ralph P.Martin, eds. Apostolic History and the Gospel: Biblical and Historical Essays Presented to F.F. Bruce on His Seventieth Birthday. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1970. ISBN: 085364098X. pp.68-77.

George C. Fuller, “The Life of Jesus, After the Ascension (Luke 24:50-53; Acts 1:9-11),” Wesminster Theological Journal 56 (1994) 391-98.

W. Ward Gasque, “Did Luke Have Access to Traditions About the Apostles and the Early Churches?” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 17.1 (1974): 45-48.

Kevin Giles, “In Luke an Exponent of ‘Early Protestantism’?” The Evangelical Quarterly 54.4 (Oct.-Dec. 1982): 193-206.

Kevin Giles, “Is Luke an Exponent of ‘Early Protestantism’? Church Order in the Lukan Writings,” The Evangelical Quarterly 55.1 (Jan.-Feb. 1983): 3-20. 

Joel B. Green, “The Problem of a Beginning: Israel’s Scriptures in Luke 1-2,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 4 (1994): 61-86.

Bruce Grigsby, “Compositional Hypotheses for the Lucan ‘Magnificat’ – Tensions for the Evangelical,” The Evangelical Quarterly 56.3 (July-Sept. 1984): 159-172. 

Larry R. Helyer, “Luke and the Restoration of Israel,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 36.3 (1993): 317-329.

A.J.B. Higgins, “The Preface to Luke in Luke-Acts,” W. Ward Gasque & Ralph P. Martin, eds., Apostolic History and the Gospel. Exeter: The Paternoster Press, 1970. Hbk. ISBN: 085364098X. pp.78-91.

Harold W. Hoehner , “Why Did Pilate Hand Jesus Over to Antipas?” Ernst Bammel, ed., The Trial of Jesus. Cambridge Studies in honour of C.F.D. Moule. Studies in Biblical Theology, Second Series 13. London: SCM Press Ltd., 1970. Pbk. ISBN. 0334016789. pp.84-90.

Don Jackson, “Luke and Paul: A Theology of One Spirit From Two Perspectives,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 32.3 (1989): 335-343.

Alan F. Johnson, “Assurance for Man: The Fallacy of Translating Anaideia By ‘Persistence’ In Luke 11:5-8,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 22.2 (1979): 123-131.

The New Testament and the Examined Life: Thoughts on Teaching (Luke Timothy Johnson)

John J. Kilgallen, “The Obligation to Heal (Luke 13,10-17),” Biblica 82 (2001): 402-409.

John J. Kilgallen, SJ, “Martha and Mary: Why at Luke 10,38-42?” Biblica 84 (2003): 554-561.

Charles A. Kimball, III, “Jesus’ Exposition of Scripture in Luke 20:9-19: An Inquiry in Light of Jewish Hermeneutics,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 3 (1993): 77-92.

The Theme of Prayer In Luke (Julian Kinkaid)

Brent Rogers Kinman, “The ‘A-Triumphal’ Entry (Luke 19:28-48): Historical Backgrounds, Theological Motifs and the Purpose of Luke,” Tyndale Bulletin 45.1 (1994): 189-193. 

Brent Rogers Kinman, “The ‘A-Triumphal’ Entry (Luke 19:28-48): Historical Backgrounds, Theological Motifs and the Purpose of Luke,” Tyndale Bulletin 45.1 (1994): 189-193. 

Brent Kinman, “Debtor’s Prison And The Future of Israel (Luke 12:57-59),” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 42.3 (1999): 411-425.

Simon Kistemaker, “Shrewd Manager: An Exposition of Luke 16:1-9,” Evangel 2:2 (1984): 13-14.

Simon Kistemaker, “Children in the Market Place,” Evangel 4:2 (1986): 12.

Rev. Prof. G.W.H. Lampe, St Luke and the Church of Jerusalem. The Ethel M. Wood lecture delivered before the University of London on 4 March 1969. London: The Athlone Press, 1969. Pbk. ISBN: 0485143143. pp.22.

William J. Larkin, Jr., “The Recovery Of Luke-Acts As ‘Grand Narrative’ For The Church’s Evangelistic And Edification Tasks In A Postmodern Age,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 43.3 (2000): 405-415.

John F. Maile, “The Ascension in Luke-Acts,” Tyndale Bulletin 37 (1986): 29-59.

I. Howard Marshall, “The Resurrection of Jesus in Luke,” Tyndale Bulletin 24 (1973): 55-98.

I. Howard Marshall, “The Present State of Lucan Studies,” Themelios 14.2 (Jan./Feb. 1989): 52-57.

David Mathewson, “The Parable of the Unjust Steward (Luke 16:1-13): A Reexamination of the Traditional View in Light of Recent Challenges,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 38.1 (March 1995): 29-39.

A. J. Mattill, Jr., “The Resurrection in the Acts of the Apostles,” W. Ward Gasque & Ralph P. Martin, eds., Apostolic History and the Gospel. Biblical and Historical Essays Presented to F.F. Bruce. Exeter: The Paternoster Press, 1970. Hbk. ISBN: 085364098X. pp.108-122.

Peter K. Nelson, “Luke 22:29-30 and the Time Frame for Dining and Ruling,” Tyndale Bulletin 44.2 (1993): 351-361. 

John Nolland, “Impressed unbelievers as witnesses to Christ (Luke 4:22a),” Journal of Biblical Literature 98.2 (June 1979): 219-229.

Dr. G.F. Nuttall, The Moment of Recognition: Luke as Storyteller. The Ethel M. Wood Lecture delivered before the University of London on 21 February 1978. London: University of London, 1978. Pbk. ISBN: 0485 143224. pp.16.

P.T. O’Brien, “Prayer in Luke-Acts,” Tyndale Bulletin 24 (1973): 111-127. 

R.F. O’Toole, “How Does Luke Portray Jesus as Servant of YHWH?” Biblica 81 (2000): 328-346.

Stanley E. Porter “In the Vicinity of Jericho”: Luke 18:35 in the Light of its Synoptic Parallels,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 2 (1992): 91-104.

Charles L. Quarles, “The Protevangelium of James as an Alleged Parallel to Creative Historiography in the Synoptic Birth Narratives,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 8 (1998): 139-149.

James L. Resseguie, “Point of View in the Central Section of Luke (9:51-19:44),” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 25.1 (1982): 41-47.

George E. Rice, “Luke’s Thematic Use of the Call to Discipleship,” Andrews University Seminary Studies 19.1 (Spring 1981): 51-58.

George E. Rice, “Luke 4:31-44: release for the captives,” Andrews University Seminary Studies 20.1 (Spring 1982): 23-28. 

George E. Rice, “Luke 5:33-6:11: Release from Cultic Tradition,” Andrews University Seminary Studies 20.2 (Summer 1982): 127-132.

D.W.B. Robinson, “The Use of Parabole in the Synoptic Gospels,” The Evangelical Quarterly 21.2 (April 1949): 93-108.

Jack Russell Shaffer, “A Harmonization of Matt 8:5-13 and Luke 7:1-10,” The Master’s Seminary Journal 17.1 (Spring 2006): 35-50.

Aida Besancon Spencer, “‘Fear’ as a Witness to Jesus in Luke’s Gospel,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 2 (1992): 59-73.

Robert H. Stein, “Luke :1-4 And Traditionsgeschichte,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 26.4 (1983): 421-430.

John Topel, “What Kind of a Sign are Vultures? Luke 17,37b,” Biblica 84 (2003): 403-411.

M. Max B. Turner, “Jesus and the Spirit in Lucan Perspective,” Tyndale Bulletin 32 (1981): 3-42. 

M. Max .B. Turner, “Spirit Endowment in Luke-Acts: Some Linguistic Considerations,” Vox Evangelica 12 (1981): 45-63.

Jon A. Weatherly, “The Jews in Luke-Acts,” Tyndale Bulletin 40.1 (1989): 107-117. 

Ross E. Winkle, “The Jeremiah model for Jesus in the temple,” Andrews University Seminary Studies 24.2 (Summer 1986): 155-172.

 

 

 

 


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