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Luke is here presented as contributing to New Testament Christology through his treatment of Old Testament Christological texts. This redaction-critical study argues that Luke's use of the Old Testament is not so much a 'proof from prophecy' as a 'proclamation' that draws both upon prophecies and upon patterns. This proclamation as it is developed in Luke-Acts serves to turn the reader's attention from seeing Jesus as Messiah to seeing him eventually as Lord.
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Book Description Sheffield Academic Pr, 1986. Condition: Good. *FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING until Tuesday, May 29* 350 pp., Paperback, library markings, else text and binding clean and tight. Seller Inventory # ZB1098046
Book Description Sheffield Academic Pr, 1986. Paperback. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG1850750017