Greek Exegesis of Luke-Acts

Designation: GREE 7023

In this course students will study the Greek text of the Gospel of Luke and the Book of Acts. Luke-Acts is a two-part work that describes the life and ministry of Jesus and moves seamlessly to the life and ministry of the church, with the early church’s ministry modelled upon the ministry of Jesus. This course will examine the narrative and theological unity of Luke-Acts, focusing particularly on the mission of the early church.

Recommended Prior Study

  • BIBL 5033 Interpreting the New Testament
  • Completion of, or simultaneous enrolment in, GREE 6013 Intermediate Greek

Instructor

Dr. Daniel Zacharias
Associate Professor of New Testament Studies: (902) 585-1682: danny.zacharias@acadiau.ca

Available at Acadia Wolfville Campus

Course Information
Current Schedule - Weekly - Fall Term 2019 Designation Instructor

This course is also offered as BIBL 6123

Tue. 1:30-4:15 pm

GREE 7023 X1 Dr. Daniel Zacharias