Uncategorized / January 30, 2013

Why study Luke at The Gospel Coalition Conference?

The Gospel Coalition website is featuring a series of videos with Southern Seminary New Testament scholars Tom Schreiner and Johnathan Pennington on why students should study Luke for course credit at this year’s national conference.

The videos hit on some major Lukan issues such as how to read the Gospels wisely, how to observe unique themes in Luke’s “underappreciated” Gospel, and how to understand Luke’s theology of atonement. They also highlight how students can earn up to 6 hours of transferable graduate or undergraduate credit through the conference.

Check out the videos and think about joining us in sunny Orlando in April.

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