Course number: TS3203 Credit hours: 3 hrs
This course is a biblical-theological exposition of the pneumatology in Lucan literature. It evaluates the relevant Lucan data narratively, grammatically, and contextually. It will look at the different perspec- tives and ways of approaching Luke-Acts, paying close attention to the relevant themes of salvation, empowerment for missions, and judgement. Modern interpreters of Lucan pneumatology will be critically evaluated. A major concern of the course will be relevancy of Luke’s message for us today.
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