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  1. Having completed the introduction of who Christ is, Saint Luke proceeds to tell us about the structure of the Kingdom of God. In this lecture, we learn what true Christian discipleship and what it means to follow Christ in his kindomg.

    Luke 15 -- The Structure of the Kingdom

    The notes for this lecture can be found here and the printer-friendly version here.

  2. Jesus refuses to engage the Pharisees in a debate concerning what is allowed or not allowed during the Sabbath; instead he asserts that He is the Lord of the Sabbath and then begins to explain what His Lordship over the Sabbath truly means.

    Luke 14 -- The Lord of the Sabbath
    The notes for this lecture can be found here and the printer-friendly version here.
  3. Jesus teaches the crowd and then asks Peter to set into the deep. The calling of Peter the Galilean precedes that of Matthew the Levite. In this lecture, Our Lord begins to uncover the structure of the Kingdom and to remind us that we will be opposed when we do his will, stirs three controversies with the Scribes and Pharisees.

    Luke 13 -- Miracles and Matthew

    The notes for this lecture can be found here and the printer-friendly version here.

  4. Returning from the desert, Our Lord begins his Galilean ministry. Saint Luke reports two events, one in Nazareth and the other in Caperanum and shows us that seeing Jesus in the flesh does not mean believing in him

    Luke 12 -- Nazareth and Capernaum

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  5. Led by the Spirit, Jesus spends 40 days and 40 nights in the desert where he is tempted by the Devil. What is the purpose of this event in the life of Our Lord and what do these temptations teach us about the various tactics the devil uses to tempt us?

    Luke 11 -- Contending with the Devil
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  6. Two genealogies of Our Lord exist in the Scriptures: one by Saint Matthew and the other by Saint Luke. While portions of these two lineage are shared by both Evangelist, sizable parts differ considerably. Why and, more importantly, what is the point of these genealogies anyway. What are they for?

    Luke 10 -- Genealogy of Our Lord

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  7. The Baptism in the Jordan is a theophany -- the manifestation of the Divinity of Our Lord and of the Trinity. It is also the anointing of Our Lord as King by the greatest of prophets: John the Baptist.

    Luke 09 -- The Baptism in the Jordan

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  8. The Finding in the Temple is a complex scriptural text requiring care and great attention to the details. It must be understood in the overall context of the Infancy Narrative. Find out why.

    Luke 08 -- Finding in the Temple

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  9. The Birth of Our Lord and his Presentation to the Temple are not a simple childhood story. Complex and fascinating, it is a profound part of Scripture. Find out why.

    Luke 07 -- Birth of Our Lord

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  10. The Birth of John the Baptizer is a moment of extraordinary joy and hope. Find out why.

    Luke 06 -- Birth of John the Baptizer
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