The Gospel Coalition just released a couple of videos I did with Tom Schreiner and Jonathan Pennington for its 2013 national conference. We discussed, among other topics, reasons to study the Gospel of Luke. Here’s the info from TGC:
You can get up to six hours of course credit through Southern Seminary if you take classes at the conference with Schreiner and Pennington. Here’s info from TGC::
Why Luke as our text for The Gospel Coalition 2013 National Conference? It’s a good question, you know. Throughout history the third Gospel has not, after all, tended to garner the same attention and affection as its canonical counterparts. Corresponding to the conference theme, “His Mission: Jesus in the Gospel of Luke,” New Testament scholar Thomas Schreiner will be offering courses on New Testament I [syllabus] and Luke’s Gospel [syllabus]. In fact, you can earn up to six hours of transferable course credit through Southern Seminary in conjunction with the conference. Students will attend exclusive lectures, panel discussions, and events featuring renowned professors and pastors throughout the conference.
In these short videos, watch Owen Strachan interview Southern Seminary professors Tom Schreiner and Jonathan Pennington about how to read the Gospels wisely, observe unique themes in Luke’s “underappreciated” Gospel, understand Luke’s theology of atonement (or, some would aver, lack thereof), and prepare for Schreiner’s course. Then, go register. We’ll see you in Orlando!