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Luke & Acts Collection
Acts of the Apostles
Title:
Luke & Acts Collection
Series:
NTGreek In Diagram: Volume 3
Edition:
1st Electronic Edition
Publish Date:
December 5, 2015
Last Update:
December 5, 2015
ISBN-10:
1-939762-24-3
ISBN-13:
978-1-939762-24-5
Language:
Greek diagrams with English comments
Format:
Electronic downloadable PDF bookmarked document
Length:
1,927 pages (including overviews and "printer-friendly" pages)
Price:
$14.95 USD

Many Bible Colleges and seminaries teach the Gospel of Luke and Acts in a single semester of study. With this in mind, the Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles diagram sets are now grouped together into a single collection as a single PDF document for easy navigation at a very special price, about 25% off if purchased separately.

The Gospel of Luke like its companion volume, Acts of the Apostles, is anonymous. However, Luke, "the beloved physician" and companion of Paul (Col. 4:14; 2 Tim. 4:11; Phm. 24), is probably the author of both volumes. He states the purpose in the first four verses in his Gospel as to provide Theophilus a reliable and precise record of the history of Jesus Christ's life, including what happened after He ascended. Not only as an historian, but also as a medical doctor, Luke pays great attention to detail, including dates and events that occurred throughout the life of Jesus Christ. Both volumes emphasizes prayer, miracles, angels, and the importance of the Kingdom of God.

Luke's Gospel is the longest New Testament writing with approximately 19,482 words--more than a thousand words than his companion volume, the Acts of the Apostles (18,451 words). Luke-Acts together comprises approximately 28% of the Greek New Testament writings, much more than authored by either Paul or John. Furthermore, he is the only Gentile writer of the New Testament.

Luke's elegant lucid Greek style surpasses the writing skills of other New Testament writers. His scholarly approach to detail with an unusual rich Greek vocabulary excites the reader as he graphically paints scene after scene as expressed in the plenitude of genitive absolutes and verbal modifiers. Luke avoids Hebrew, Aramaic, and Latin idioms. Perhaps with the exception of the author of Hebrews, he writes the most grammatically correct and polished Koine Greek of all the New Testament writers. Anyone who wishes to study Greek at its best, the Luke & Acts Collection is an excellent choice.

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The Luke & Acts Collection is also part of the NTGreek In Diagram's Master Diagram and the Master Diagram Upgrade larger collections. Every Collection includes all diagrams in a single convenient bookmarked PDF document that makes navigation incredibly easy.

If you are a Greek professor or instructor and desire more information about group discounts, please contact me. Several Greek professors and instructors encourage their students to purchase the diagrams and use them as part of the class curriculum.

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