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Luke and Acts 101: How to Read and Understand Luke's Gospel and the Acts of the Apostles
- Lu par : William L. Burton O.F.M.
- Durée : 6 h et 6 min
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The most prolific New Testament writer, the evangelist Luke left behind thousands of verses that can be daunting to navigate. Now, you can study Luke - Acts in depth with award-winning New Testament professor William Burton, OFM.
The Gospel of Luke and Acts of the Apostles are two parts of a single triumphant work. Each an epic work in its own right, together they proclaim the gospel message and narrate the gripping story of the Church’s early days.
Using the metaphor of a double helix, Fr. William Burton asks you to imagine Luke’s gospel and Acts as a single account with many parallels or rungs connecting the two sides of the twisted ladder. He sets the scene by painting a vivid picture of the context out of which this work emerged: from a community of early Christians with a fraught history. You will glean fascinating insights from Fr. Burton as you plot the spread of Christianity from its roots among the Jewish followers of Jesus in Israel “to the ends of the earth”. Fr. Burton effortlessly navigates this complex period in Christian history, holding up the texts of Luke and Acts as windows for you to peer through.
Perfect for your next Bible study or for enjoying during your commute, this brilliant audio course will forever change the way you think about Luke - Acts.
This course is part of the Learn25 collection.
"Fr. Bill Burton's knowledge of Greek, Roman, and Jewish cultures, the very cultures in which Jesus lived and the New Testament was written, provides fresh and novel insights into our understanding of the sacred texts. For years, Bible Study participants have delighted in his accessible, eye-opening, and lively presentations!" (Albert Haase, OFM, best-selling author)
"Fr. William Burton, OFM, is a talented and engaging teacher whose erudition and skill at bringing the Sacred Scriptures to life for his hearers is second to none. His lively delivery and obvious devotion to the Word of God make his presentations accessible and enjoyable for everyone, at whatever level of scholarship they may have attained." (David J. Poirier, SA, pastor, St. Joseph the Worker Parish, Archdiocese of Vancouver)
"Father Burton is an excellent Scripture professor at our seminary; our students always find him engaging and insightful. I have also witnessed his teaching expertise as he delivers parish missions, and everyone walks away engaged and excited about the Word of God. I highly encourage those interested in learning more about the Bible to sit back and enjoy his knowledge of the Scriptures." (Msgr. David L. Toups, president, St. Vincent dePaul Regional)
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- S A M
This was the best easy to understand interesting well done and I could not put it down
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- Julie D Kister
Good review of Luke and Acts
This is lecture series on Luke and Acts. Well done with lots of interesting and useful information. Aligns with Catholic teaching and inspires critical thinking.
Very nice book, great knowledge
Father Burton does an outstanding job of presenting his analysis of the interpretation of Luke's writings, both the gospel and the Acts of the Apostles.
I really liked the pace, and tone of his voice as well as the quality of information he brought to the table. His learned status certainly was apparent and I am thankful he shared that knowledge in the book.
That said, I did not agree with a lot of his conclusions as to Luke's methods and available resources. But he did a nice job of pointing out so many similarities in Luke's two volume work.
Good book to have and review.