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(A) Study on the Discipleship in the Gospel of Luke
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Luke set Jesus' disciples as positive models and used positive expressions of disciples rather than Mark's negative image of disciples and Matthew's image of disciples. Luke wished to present it a model for life that the Community of Luck could follow. Therefore I have studied to understand the discipleship in the Gospel of Luke. The aim of this dissertation lies in examining the text of the discipleship in the Gospel of the Luke, especially what the central discipleship in the Gospel of the Luke is the exegesis of the text. Secondly, is to make a study of the significance the Luke discipleship had on the Community of Luke. When contrasting the Community of Luke and the Community of Mark in members, the Community of Luke is shown to have been in a much larger scale. There is a definite distinction between the "large crowd of his disciples" and the "great number of people"(Luke 6:17). This shows that the notion of "disciple" that Luke wished to convey was not limited to the 12 disciples. In this way the general disposition of the Community of Luke is shown as universal and inclined towards mission work. Luke presented the disciples a model for life that the members could follow. In chapter one I have mentioned the purpose, range and methodology of this research. In chapter two I have examined the discipleship of the concept of the Old Testament, Judaism, the Hellenistic era, the Roman era, and the discipleship concept of Jesus. In chapter three I have looked into the life of the Luke Community, especially the members of the community. In chapter four I have made an exegesis of teaching of Jesus about the discipleship (Luke 9:18-27; 9:57-62; 14:25-33), the sending of the 70(Luke 10: 1-12), the parable of the lost sheep, the silver coins, and the prodigal son(Luke 15:1-32). In chapter five I have presented the theological meaning. In conclusion First Luke emphasizeed the great price that came with following Jesus. "If anyone would follow me, he must deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me"(9: 23) through the insertion of the word "daily", Luke emphasized following Christ meant facing ethical prosecution and prosecution for mere existence more than physical prosecution. Secondly, Luke emphasized gentile mission work through the mentioning of "the sending of the 70 disciples" which is not accounted for in any other gospel. Third Luke emphasized we follow Jesus' mission to save unsaved souls who have never heard the gospel through the mentioning of "the parable of the lost sheep, the silver coins, and the prodigal son" which are only found in the Gospel of Luke.