BIBLE EXEGETICAL PAPER ON LUKE 3:21-22 OF THE OF THE LOCATION: Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 1. Introduction 3 1.1. Statement of Problem 3 1.2. Statement of Purpose 3 1.3. Methodology and Sources 4 2. The Baptism of Jesus Christ: Luke 3:21-22 4 2.1. Historical Context 4 2.2. Literary Context 4 2.3. Literary Character of Text 5 2.4. Detailed Analysis of the Text 5 3. Luke 3:21-22 themes: 6 3.1. Why was Luke the only gospel to use the word "bodily form" when describing the Holy Spirit and other gospels do not? 6 3.2. Was there a trinity message behind it? 8 3.3. What theological message was Luke trying to write? 9 4. Contemporary Application to Luke 3:21-22 10 5.
Conclusion 11 6. Bibliography 11 1. Introduction 1.1. Statement of Problem Baptism is a sacrament in which, through the action of the Holy Spirit, an individual is buried with Christ and rises to a new life in Him1. Baptism is a commitment to the new life with Christ2. Baptism in the modern world is performed very differently from the days of Jesus. Back in Jesus’ time during the time of John the Baptist, baptism was carried out in the rivers unlike in today’s world whereby; it is performed mostly in churches in most parts of the world3.
Baptism in the Jewish culture was considered one of the most significant ways of human cleansing from sin in order to have a right standing with God. John the Baptist was one the men responsible for baptizing people in the New Testament, and most importantly; he was the man that was to baptize the coming of the Savior, Jesus Christ4. This is an exegetical paper on Luke 3: 21-22. 1.2. Statement of Purpose The aim of this Bible Exegetical Paper on Luke 3:21-22 is to have a deeper understanding of how John the Baptist, as well as the baptism of Jesus Christ, was inter- linked in relation to the descending of the Holy Spirit in a bodily form through which John was simply the messenger.
Two fundamental aspects stand out in Luke’s version of the Gospel first God cares deeply for the poor and marginalized. Second, the Holy Spirit is God’s great gift to anyone who seeks it5. 1.3. Methodology and Sources This paper conducts an exegetical study of the contents of Luke’s writings, of which include commentaries, journals, papers and other consulted works that have studied and well thought-out in this research.
2. The Baptism of Jesus Christ: Luke 3:21-22 2.1. Historical Context Luke’s identity as an author is difficult to identify. However, tradition has identified Luke, as the physician who accompanied Paul.
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