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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54239
Doc. No:TL24193
Call number:‭3179331‬
Main Entry:Christopher Kavin Rowe
Title & Author:Early narrative christology: The Lord in the Gospel of LukeChristopher Kavin Rowe
College:Duke University
Date:2005
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2005
Page No:311
Abstract:All the canonical Christian Gospels organize their material around a single figure. But Luke alone consistently writes of this figure as [special characters omitted], the Lord. This dissertation is an analysis of the identity of the [special characters omitted] as disclosed by Luke's Gospel. Methodologically, the dissertation holds together concerns that are at once literary and historical. It takes seriously Luke's description of his Gospel as a [special characters omitted] written [special characters omitted], a “narrative” written “in sequence,” and thus seeks the theological freight of Luke's use of [special characters omitted] via its narrative use. Yet, the Gospel's origin and situation in a particular time within history are not thereby ignored or denied. Much to the contrary, the Gospel narrative is read as a late first century document; hence, emphasis is placed upon the oral-aural nature of the experience of texts and upon the early ecclesial setting for Gospel reading. The study concludes that through a multifaceted and coherent use of [special characters omitted] within the narrative, Luke presents the reader/auditor with two essential claims about the identity of the [special characters omitted]: first, that the life of Jesus of Nazareth is bound up with the action of the God of Israel to the extent that it is possible to speak of them together as [special characters omitted], and, second, the divine figure whom the early Christians worship is the same human Jesus who on earth lived, died, and was raised: the exalted Lord lived as a human precisely in his identity as Lord.
Subject:Philosophy, religion and theology; Christology; Gospel of Luke; Lord; Narrative; Bible; 0321:Bible
Added Entry:R. B. Hays
Added Entry:Duke University