The Gospel According to Luke 978-3-16-154932-8 - Mohr Siebeck
Theology

Michael Wolter

The Gospel According to Luke

Volume I (Luke 1–9:50)
Translated by Wayne Coppins and Christoph Heilig

[Das Lukasevangelium. Band I (Lukas 1–9.50).]

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Published in English.
»For those who want to understand the Gospel in its original context, this commentary is a mine of information [and] will be an invaluable resource for throwing fresh light on the Gospel in its historical setting.«
Timothy Carter in Journal for the Study of the New Testament 31.5 (2009), p. 64
In this fourth volume of the Baylor-Mohr Siebeck Studies in Early Christianity, Michael Wolter provides a detailed, verse-by-verse interpretation of the Third Evangelist. His commentary shows that Luke succeeds in preserving the history of Jesus and its theological impact and that this history stands on equal footing with the history of early Christianity. Wolter's thorough, careful reading follows Luke as the Evangelist seeks to explain how the fulfillment of the Old Testament promises of God for Israel results in a parting of the ways between the Christian church on the one side and Judaism on the other. Scholars and students alike will benefit from access to new German scholarship now available to English-language audiences.
Published in the US by Baylor University Press, Waco.
Authors/Editors

Michael Wolter is Professor of New Testament at the Faculty of Protestant Theology at the University of Bonn in Germany and Honorary Professor at the Theological Faculty at the University of Pretoria in South Africa.

Wayne Coppins is Professor of Religion at the University of Georgia.

Christoph Heilig Born 1990; 2009–14 studied theology; 2013 Master of Letters in »Biblical Languages and Literature at St. Mary's College, University of St Andrews; since 2014 research at the University of Zurich (SNF Project).

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Review of Biblical Literature — https://www.sblcentral.org/ (1/2019) (Kenneth D. Litwak)