Opening up Luke : Opening up the Bible Paperback

by Gavin Childress

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Opening up Luke : Opening up the Bible

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  • For anyone new to the Gospel of Luke
  • This guide helps you know more of the book's context and message
  • Written with clarity, this a is helpful guide for launching a love of Luke
The Gospel of Luke makes remarkable reading. It introduces us to many people the other Gospels don't mention; it shows the compassion of Jesus in a special way; it is the only Gospel written by a Gentile.

Let Gavin Childress guide you through its message in easy stages, and there is plenty to think (and talk) about in the discussion points at the end of each chapter.

Opening up Luke : Opening up the Bible by Gavin Childress is published by Day One and is our 19940th best seller. The ISBN for Opening up Luke : Opening up the Bible is 9781846250309.

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Is this series of bible studies suitable for youth or new Christians? Could you supply an extract from the study part of this book, please?

A:Thank you for your question. I think that this title would be a little advanced for teens and is intended for adults. Here are examples of the discussion points found in the book: 1. Refer to Luke 16:15. Write a list of things that are highly esteemed in the world. How many of them are 'abomination in the sight of God'? How far have we succumbed to secular thinking? 2. In Luke 16:20-21, the rich man at least allowed the unsightly beggar Lazarus to remain at his gate and receive food from his table. How would you react if such a man lay at your front door, or by your church gates, every day? Are we even more hard-hearted than the rich man? Yours,

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    Details for Opening up Luke : Opening up the Bible

    Author / Artist
    Book FormatPaperback / softback
    PublisherDay One
    Number of Pages224
    Thickness13 mm
    Height209 mm
    Width141 mm
    Product Code110693
    Page last updated 18th October 2018
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