Gospel & Acts
Gospel/Acts all the elements of biography, yet these biographies contain parables, dialogue, stories, and are Christological in nature.
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An interpretation of the Gospel of Luke demands as a primary consideration the unity of the Gospel with the Acts of the Apostles. The Gospel should be considered as Book I and the Acts as Book II of the same work. The Prologue to the Gospel contemplates a seco... Read More »
The purpose of John in writing his Gospel is clearly stated in :30-31. To accomplish his purpose the apostle selects some of those things in the life and work of Christ that exhibit most clearly his true character and mission. In line with this, the genera... Read More »
The Gospel of John is written in very simple Koine Greek, yet it expresses some of the profoundest truths found in the New Testament. However this article does not permit an exhaustive study of its language. It is hoped that even a brief glimpse of some words ... Read More »
Any serious study of the Gospels must take into account the element of the miraculous. Simply to deny categorically its possibility is to leave unanswered one of the historical problems involved, to say nothing of the spiritual element. Within itself this is a... Read More »
Matthew’s message is that in the person of Jesus of Nazareth the messianic prophecies of the Old Testament were fulfilled. Or to put it in other words, God’s redemptive plan was begun in the history of Israel, depicted in prophetic fashion in the e... Read More »
Any development of the Plan of Matthew must start with one’s concept of the origin, outlook, and purpose of the book. Even a casual survey of this Gospel reveals an interesting variety of approaches. FilsonFloyd V. Filson, A Commentary on the Gospel... Read More »
SWBTS Chapel sermon by Dr. Huber L. Drumwright. Read More »