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Gospel of Luke


Gospel of Luke

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  • Ellis, E. Earl (2003). The Gospel of Luke. Wipf and Stock Publishers. 
  • Evans, Craig A. (2011). Luke. Baker Books. 
  • Green, Joel (1995). The Theology of the Gospel of Luke. Cambridge University Press. 
  • Green, Joel (1997). The Gospel of Luke. Eerdmans. 
  • Holladay, Carl R. (2011). A Critical Introduction to the New Testament: Interpreting the Message and Meaning of Jesus Christ. Abingdon Press. 
  • Johnson, Luke Timothy (2010). The New Testament: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford University Press. 
  • Lössl, Josef (2010). The Early Church: History and Memory. Continuum.  
  • Miller, Philip M. (2011). "The Least Orthodox Reading is to be Preferred". In Wallace, Daniel B. Revisiting the Corruption of the New Testament. Kregel Academic. 
  • Perkins, Pheme (2009). Introduction to the Synoptic Gospels. Eerdmans.  
  • Strelan, Rick (2013). Luke the Priest - the Authority of the Author of the Third Gospel. Ashgate Publishing. 
  • Talbert, Charles H. (2002). Reading Luke: A Literary and Theological Commentary. Smyth & Helwys. 
  • Theissen, Gerd; Merz, Annette (1998). The historical Jesus: a comprehensive guide. Eerdmans. 
  • Thompson, Richard P. (2010). "Luke-Acts: The Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles". In Aune, David E. The Blackwell Companion to The New Testament. Wiley–Blackwell. p. 319. 
  • Tremmel, Robert (2011). The Four Gospels. Xlibris. 
  • Strecker, Georg (2000). Theology of the New Testament. Walter de Gruyter.  
  • VanderKam, James C.; Flint, Peter W. (2005). The meaning of the Dead Sea scrolls: Their significance for understanding the Bible, Judaism, Jesus, and Christianity. Bloomsbury Academic.  
  • External links

    Online translations of the Gospel of Luke:

    • at GospelCom.netBible Gateway 35 languages/50 versions
    • at Biola UniversityUnbound Bible 100+ languages/versions
    • at gospelhall.orgOnline Bible
    • Early Christian Writings; Gospel of Luke: introductions and e-texts
    • French; English translation

    Secondary literature:

    • Gospel of Luke Reading Room: on-line virtual library (Tyndale Seminary)

    Related articles:

    • B.H. Streeter, The Four Gospels: A study of origins 1924.
    • , Pub. on-lineA textual commentary on the Gospel of LukeWillker,W (2007), A very detailed text-critical discussion of the 300 most important variants of the Greek text (PDF, 467 pages)
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