Preacher’s Roundtable: Preaching Luke, Part 2

The three-year lectionary offers pastors and people the opportunity to meditate upon a specific gospel throughout the liturgical year. This year, in series C, we read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest the Gospel of Luke.  As we preach from Luke for Series C, Dr. David Schmitt hosts a conversation with Dr. Jeff Kloha and Dr. Jeff Oschwald (who is writing the CPH commentary on Acts) about the themes and preaching possibilities we will encounter in Luke.  Come to the table, enter the conversation, and enjoy.

Part 2 deals with preaching Luke in the non-festival half of the church year (Pentecost). Part 1 dealt with the festival half of the church year (Christmas-Easter).

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  1. pete lange May 6, 2013
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    thanks again gentlemen – much appreciated!

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