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The Gospel of Luke presents many unique pictures of Jesus. We see him as a child, we see him with the poor and the disreputable, and we see him in communion with the Holy Spirit. But we also see the larger picture of Jesus setting out resolutely for Jerusalem in order to fulfil Gods plan for the world. Leon Morris carefully places the themes of Lukes Gospel within the context of Gods plan for all people. The introduction concisely but thoroughly addresses Luke's authorship, date, original setting and purpose. The rest of the commentary draws out its main themes and comments on individual verses and problems of interpretation. Additional notes provide fuller discussion of particular difficulties in the text.