Paul’s statements in Romans 9–11 are considered the fundamental texts in the New Testament underlying theological discourse about the possibilities of salvation for Jews who did not believe in Jesus as the Messiah. Meanwhile, the importance of the dual contribution contained in Luke-Acts is often underestimated.
This monograph highlights the potential significance of the Gospel of Luke. It explores the Biblical traditions about Israel’s salvation that were received by Luke and Paul, and uses textual analyses of different portions of Luke-Acts to show that like Paul, Luke also held out eschatological hope for Israel, although this hope was based on a different perspective.
Christoph Schaefer, Eberhard-Karls-Universität, Tübingen.
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