Luke overview

A simple overview of Luke’s gospel, visually connecting geography with the book’s structure (adapted from Early Narrative Christology: The Lord in the Gospel of Luke by C. Kavin Rowe). PDF version (486 KB)

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16 thoughts on “Luke overview

  1. Excellent – can you do an Acts one as well – where the structure is almost a mirror image:
    LUKE = Gentile to Samaritan to Judea to Jerusalem
    ACTS = Jerusalem to Judea to Samaria to Ends of the World

  2. Excellent – can you do an Acts one as well – where the structure is almost a mirror image:
    LUKE = Gentile to Samaritan to Judea to Jerusalem
    ACTS = Jerusalem to Judea to Samaria to Ends of the World

  3. Hi Mark, thanks for these resources which I discovered via Twitter. Just a small suggestion about this diagram. Would it be better to call Luke 10-19 the “Lord’s Mission toWARDS Jerusalem”? Reason being that ‘to’ is ambiguous: is it a directional preposition of geographical movement or a preposition indicating target audience?

  4. Hey Mark, great work here! Could I get permission to use this map in my church? We’re going to spend 2016 studying the Luke’s Gospel and this map would be a great help.

  5. Hi Mark. Thanks so much for these resources – so helpful, especially for us visual learners (and for teaching visual learners)! Would you be happy for me to use the Luke Overview in the series we’re doing this term at women’s bible study? It’d appear as part of the series introduction (source acknowledged) in the booklet we produce, with studies and talk outlines for Luke 8-9, and I’d also like to use it on power point for the talks.
    Thanks. Hope you are going well.

  6. Dear Mark, I’d like to use the Luke Overview in my Moodle course for a church college. How do I go about getting permission?

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