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Luke and John

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Lesson

Luke uses Mark as a primary source. He organizes his material geographically “to” Jerusalem, while Acts is organized “from” Jerusalem.  Luke emphasizes apologetics to make his case that Christianity should be considered a legal religion in the Roman Empire. The divinity of Jesus is more vividly portrayed in the gospel of John than in the synoptics.

Outline

Luke and John

IV. Gospel of Luke (cont)

A. Structure

B. Gospel of Mark as a source

C. Luke avoids anachronism

D. Luke is concerned with apologetics

E. Inclusive language

V. Gospel of John

A. Divinity of Jesus

B. It's profound yet simple

C. Based on the eyewitness account of the beloved disciple

D. Nicodemus

E. John 3:16

F. Seven stories and seven miracles