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More than any of the other Gospel writers, Luke shows us the Lord dealing with individual people and how their lives were changed as a result of their personal encounter with him. These people came from all ranks of society: the rugged fisherman, the poor widow, the wealthy tax collector, the ruler of the synagogue, the Roman centurion. As the only New Testament writer who was not a Jew, Luke consciously writes his account for Gentiles as well as Jews, showing that the message of the Gospel is for all kinds of people in this fallen world
This volume is also available as part of the following Welwyn sets:
Welwyn Commentary Series - New Testament Set (16 Volumes).
Welwyn Commentary Series – Old & New New Testament Set (43 Volumes).