John G. Mason charts a course through Luke’s Gospel for today’s readers,
drawing from his many years of study of this account of the life and
ministry of Jesus Christ. A fulfilment of ancient promises and the
catalyst for a new covenant, the Messiah we meet in Luke’s gospel not
only died and rose again, but also called for all nations to know
repentance and forgiveness. As Mason explains this Gospel clearly and
helpfully, he also encourages readers to ask, and answer for themselves,
the question Did God really become one of us?
This book really brought Luke’s Gospel to life. John Mason pays careful attention to the text and has a rare gift for presenting the themes in a fresh way which relate them to our everyday experience. In particular, he draws out the unfolding story of who Jesus is as brought before us by Luke. His approach is very accessible and unlike many commentaries on my shelf, I simply enjoyed reading this one from cover to cover.
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