in Abingdon New Testament Commentaries
Pages 378 pages
Publisher Abingdon Press
In this volume, Robert C. Tannehill focuses on the significance of the Gospel of Luke in its final form for its original audience. Drawing on his own extensive previous work on Luke as a literary narrative as well as on recent studies of the ancient Mediterranean social world, Tannehill suggests that modern readers will find that certain features of Luke’s Gospel only take on significance—or deeper significance—when matched with an appropriate historical and cultural context in the first century.
This book appears in the following featured collections.
- New Testament Commentaries & Monographs by Princeton Theological Seminary