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UBBL230: Luke/Acts
Azusa Pacific University

Dr. Kathryn Smith

This course introduces New Testament biblical literature, hermeneutics, and inductive methodology with a primary focus upon the gospel of Luke and Acts of the Apostles. Special attention is given to the text with regard to its political, cultural, religious, and geographical setting, the literary genre, and the intended meaning of the text in its original cultural and literary context. Meets general studies core requirement for God's Word and the Christian Response. Prerequisite: UBBL 1 or instructor's permission

2 Introduction to Luke's World
5 Jesus - the Early Years - Luke 3:1-5:39
7 Jesus Confirms His Words - Luke 9:1-10:52
8 Kingdom Teaching - Luke 11:1-54
10 Parables of Jesus - Luke 15:1-16:12
12 Arrival in Jersualem - Luke 18:1-19:40
15 Death and Resurrection - Luke 23:32-24:53
17 Introduction to Acts
18 The Story Continues - Acts 1:1-26
19 Spirit Works Begins - Acts 1:1-26
20 The Jerusalem Assembly - Acts 3:12-4:31
21 The Message Spreads - Acts 4:32-7:1
22 Retaliation & an Open Door
24 Spreading the News
25 Jes & Gentiles
26 Back to Jerusalem
27 Paul the Prisoner

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