The Death of Jesus: The Diabolical Force and the Ministering Angel: Luke 23, 44-49
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Beginning with Peter's Pentecost oration, the passion, death, and resurrection of Christ become the object of preaching throughout the remainder of Acts. The Lucan corpus has two volumes, the Gospel and the Acts. Thus, the possibility for detecting the literary strains which went into the Christian kerygma is greater in the third gospel than in Matthew, Mark , or John. It has been demonstrated that the kerygma was transmitted orally before its achieving canonical, written form. The salvific strains contained in the kerygma, and how and why they were redacted into a final Lucan version of the death of Jesus constitute the major examination of this study. [from the Introduction]
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Patella, Michael. The Death of Jesus: The Diabolical Force and the Ministering Angel: Luke 23, 44-49. Paris: J. Gabalda, 1999.