As a contribution to the scholarly conversation regarding the dynamic relation between the mission of the church and biblical interpretation (missional hermeneutics), this thesis examines four key passages in the Gospel of Luke and Acts to discern some of Luke's main interpretive emphases. Then, in light of these interpretive emphases identified by using an exegetical method, the thesis reconsiders missional hermeneutics and proposes several features central to missional interpretation. It reveals that Luke''s interpretation of Scripture fruitfully sheds light on the elements of this developing field and how they relate together.
|Qualification||Master of Theology|
|Award date||27 Mar 2014|
|Place of Publication||Australia|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|