Luke – Lesson 2

Reading Material:

Class Book: 

In the Footsteps of Jesus – https://bible.org/article/footsteps-jesus-chronological-journey-through-gospels-set-geography-politics-people-power

Bible – Gospel of Luke

Articles on Middle Knowledge:

Link: https://www.reasonablefaith.org/podcasts/defenders-podcast-series-3/s3-doctrine-of-god-attributes-of-god/doctrine-of-god-part-15

Book Reference: https://apps.biola.edu/apologetics-store/products/books/item/the-only-wise-god-the-compatibility-of-divine-foreknowledge-and-human-freedom_Book

Lesson 2:

Biblical Interpretations

Group Exercise: Read Romans 1:11-13 (Introduction) and  Romans 15:22-26 (Conclusion). Answer the following Question: What does Paul mean by “harvest”?

  1. Personal –
    Ex: David Watson’s story (DMM)

  2. Textual –
    Ex: Inspired Word of God – Plenary, Verbal, and Confluent

  3. Authors –

Video Lecture:

Biblical Interpretations

Group Exercise: Read Mark 4:30-32  and solve the issue of the Mustard seed (2 Timothy 3:16)

  • Mark 4:30 – Orchid seed is smaller

Group Exercise: Read Luke 1:1-4 and answer the following questions and resolve the “Logic Statements”

Is the Gospel written by Luke or God? (Consider Freedom of Will and Evil)

Logic Statements

1. The words of the Bible are the product of free human activity.

2. Human activity, such as Luke writing gospel of Luke, can be totally controlled by God without violating Luke’s freedom of will.

3. God totally controlled what Luke wrote.

4. Therefore, the words of Luke are God’s utterances because God controlled what Luke freely wrote.

5. Whatever God utters is errorless.

6. Therefore, the words of Luke are errorless.

Issue:


Solution:

Video Lecture:

Inspired Word of God

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