Expository Thoughts on the Gospels: Volume 4: Luke Part 2 - Chapters 11-24
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Within a year of publishing Mark in his Expository Thoughts on the Gospels series, J. C. Ryle had, in 1858, completed the Gospel of Luke.
Written specifically for a non-Jewish readership, Luke's Gospel is perhaps the most 'accessible' of the narratives of the life of Christ for modern readers. Ryle's desire for his readers mirrors that of Luke 1:4, that they might gain "a more clear knowledge of Christ, as a living person, a living priest, a living physician, a living friend, a living advocate at the right hand of God, and a living Saviour soon about to come again."?
In these volumes Ryle shows again that, as in all his writing and preaching, he was first and foremost a pastor. His expositions are a rich combination of doctrinal and practical comments on the Gospel text.
Some Pastors and Teachers: Reflecting a Biblical Vision of What Every Minister is Called to Be. [Cloth-Bound Hardcover]
Confessing the Faith: A Reader's Guide to the Westminster Confession of Faith [Hardcover]