The Destruction of Jerusalem According to Luke's Gospel: A Historical-typological Moral, Issues 107-108

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Gregorian Biblical BookShop, 1985 - Bibles - 123 pages
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This monograph attempts to answer questions posed by the Third Gospel's remarkable concern with the destruction of Jerusalem. It takes seriously the historical preface by which Luke types both his presentation of the Gospel and his readership, thus indicating the way in which he expects his work to be read. The fate of Jerusalem, attributable to the people of the city at the time of the Lord's visitation and to injustice of their rules, becomes a case in point regarding God's coming judgment upon the nation, the inhabited world, and is intended to prompt the reader to salutary, practical reflection
 

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Contents

Table of Contents
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Lukes Conditioning His Readers Perception
19
Prospects for Jerusalem in View of Jesus Journey Luke 951 1927
30
Jesus Immediate Approach to Jerusalem Luke 192844
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The Parable of the Wicked Tenants Luke 20919
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Jesus Final Discourse in the Temple Luke 2045 2136
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The Judgment Oracle on the Way to the Cross Luke 232632
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Concluding Reflections
105
SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
113
INDEX OF AUTHORS
122
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