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Old Testament Conceptual Metaphors and the Christology of Luke's Gospel
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Acknowledgments Notes 1. Introduction 2. Interpretation of the Keras Metaphor 3. Interpretation of the Anatole Metaphor 4. Interpretation of the Ornis Metaphor 5. Interpretation of the Lithos Metaphors 6. Conclusion Bibliography Index

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Examines how Luke's gospel transforms and applies Old Testament/Jewish divine and messianic metaphors to portray the identity of Jesus.

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Gregory R. Lanier (PH.D.) is Assistant Professor of New Testament and Dean of Students at Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando, USA.

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An innovative contribution to high Christology research in Luke. Lanier has managed to deal with a significant breadth of material without offering only a surface-level treatment. * Reviews in Biblical and Early Christian Studies *

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