Numerous references to powers and authorities in Luke-Acts
What is it about?
The article surveys the diverse classes of powers and authorities to which the gospel is addressed in Luke-Acts.
Why is it important?
The Gospel of Luke, in particular, is usually characterized as being written to outsiders and the powerless. While outsiders are frequently noted in Luke, there is a remarkable panorama of Greco-Roman powers and authorities represented in Luke-Acts. Luke-Acts portrays the gospel's claim on the oikoumene, the entire inhabited world.
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