Early Narrative Christology: The Lord in the Gospel of Luke

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Walter de Gruyter, 2006 - Religion - 277 pages
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Despite the striking frequency with which the Greek word kyrios, Lord, occurs in Luke's Gospel, this study is the first comprehensive analysis of Luke's use of this word. The analysis follows the use of kyrios in the Gospel from beginning to end in order to trace narratively the complex and deliberate development of Jesus' identity as Lord. Detailed attention to Luke's narrative artistry and his use of Mark demonstrates that Luke has a nuanced and sophisticated christology centered on Jesus' identity as Lord.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Coming Kúpios
31
Preparation for the Coming Lord
56
76 Preparing the Way of the Lord
68
Mission in Galilee
78
Moving toward Jerusalem
123
Jerusalem the Passion and the Resurrection
158
Synthesis Kúplos in the Gospel of Luke
197
Situating Lukan Christology
219
Kúpios in the Gospel of Luke
232
Selected Bibliography
241
Index of Ancient Sources
263
Index of Modern Authors
273
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C. Kavin Rowe, Duke University Divinity School, Durham, North Carolina, USA.

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