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The Doctor’s Account: Bible Studies in Luke’s Gospel, Chapters 1, 2, 4, 7, 10 to 18 and 24

By / Faithlife / 2009

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The Gospel of Luke, in common with the other Gospels, tells us about the Lord Jesus Christ. Luke records the birth of Jesus, the experiences of the shepherds, the unique event of Jesus at the temple, the parables, the cleansing of the ten lepers, and more. Then, at the end of the Gospel, we read the tender accounts of the women anointing the body of their Master, the journey on the road to Emmaus, and the beginnings of the church. Luke’s account employs drama, illustrations, and gripping narrative, and Bryan William’s study of it exposes Luke’s message for today’s church.

Key Features

  • Introduction to the section of the Bible covered
  • Background information on the text and extensive contextual data
  • Thought-provoking questions for individual reflection or group discussion
  • All Scripture references linked to the Bibles in your digital library

Product Details

  • Title: The Doctor’s Account: Bible Studies in Luke’s Gospel, Chapters 1, 2, 4, 7, 10 to 18 and 24
  • Author: Bryan Williams
  • Publisher: Logos Bible Software
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 78

About Bryan Williams

Bryan Williams was born and raised in Nelson, New Zealand. In 1958, he moved to England to attend London Bible College. In 1962, Williams gained a B.D. from the University of London and an ALBC diploma from London Bible College. At the invitation of the Bible Institute of South Africa, he began lecturing there in 1970, and held various positions there. In 1977, he completed his Ph.D. through the Universities of Cape Town and Stellenbosch. For years, he has led home Bible studies and served in various church committees. He has written numerous books, and has devoted his life to developing tools to help people study the Bible more fruitfully. Bryan and his wife, Barbara, live in Cape Town, South Africa.