The Gospel of Luke is often associated with what other New Testament book?
|A)||The Gospel of Matthew|
|B)||The Gospel of Mark|
|C)||The Gospel of John|
|D)||The Book of Acts|
The author of the Gospel of Luke addresses his work to a man named Paul of Tarsus.
Luke, the traditional author of the Gospel that bears his name, was a(n) _______________ by profession.
According to some traditions in the early church, the author of Luke was a traveling companion of the apostle _______________.
A long, central section of the Gospel of Luke, the "Greater Interpolation" of Luke 9:51-18:14, is a miscellaneous compilation of Jesus' teachings while he was on the road from Galilee to Jerusalem.
One of the main thematic interests of Luke is Jesus' and the disciples' use of prayer.
Luke shows Jesus' solidarity with the entire human race by tracing Jesus' genealogy back to the Old Testament figure of ________________.
Luke is the only Synoptic Gospel writer to refer to Jesus using the title of ______________.
Luke 6 contains a briefer version of the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew called the Sermon on the Plain.
The Gospel of Luke is notable for the degree to which the author stresses the role of ______________ in the ministry of Jesus.
In the Gospel of Luke, Jesus does not stress the dangers of wealth or material possessions as strongly as he does in the other Gospels.
The parable of Lazarus and the rich man is about ________________________.
|A)||a loving father who forgives his wayward son.|
|B)||a dramatic reversal of fortunes in the afterlife.|
|C)||a wedding party at which the wine runs out.|
|D)||a dishonest tax collector who begs God for mercy.|
The three parables in Luke 15, dealing respectively with sheep, a coin, and two sons, are tied together by the theme of __________________.
|A)||things that are beyond human understanding.|
|B)||things that are of inestimable value.|
|C)||things that can cause pride and jealousy.|
|D)||things that were lost and then found.|
The Gospel of Luke modifies Mark's version of Jesus' End time discourse by emphasizing that the Parousia will come immediately after the destruction of Jerusalem.
More than any other Gospel writer, Luke emphasizes the innocence of Jesus and his followers of any crime against Rome.
When Jesus is brought to trial before Pilate, the Roman governor, Pilate realizes that Jesus is a Galilean, so he sends Jesus to be tried by _______________.
|D)||Joseph of Arimathea|
One of Jesus' last acts before dying on the cross in the Gospel of Luke is to ___________________.
|A)||call for his mother.|
|B)||turn his blood into wine.|
|C)||ask God to forgive his executioners.|
|D)||declare his innocence.|
According to the Gospel of Luke, when a centurion standing by sees the manner of Jesus' condemnation and execution, the centurion declares, "Beyond all doubt, this man was innocent."
Luke omits the tradition found in the Gospel of Mark that Jesus would appear in Jerusalem and sets all of the resurrection stories in Galilee.
Luke emphasizes the physical reality of Jesus' resurrection when he portrays the resurrected Christ as eating fish and capable of being touched.