Toward a Narrative-Critical Understanding of Luke

Interpretation: A Journal of Bible and Theology 48 (4):347-456 (1994)
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Tabitha and Cornelius, imaginary persons based on characters in Acts, occupy two different places in the first-century Mediterranean world. In hearing Luke's gospel-story, how would each construe the figure of Jesus? The social location of each would play a crucial role as each "builds" the character of Jesus in dialogue with Luke's story

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