Carroll is especially strong on Luke's distinctives: the role of women, views on wealth and poverty, the reign of God and the Roman Empire, etc. He combines exegetical rigor with deep theological insight, while being quite sensitive to literary concerns. He also makes frequent reference to Luke's Book of Acts. 560 pages, hardcover. Westminster John Knox.
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