Luke has much to offer; this volume from the Luke-Acts Task Force of the Catholic Biblical Association will provide information, incentive, and insight to the student of Luke. The introductory essays address the relative beginner in biblical studies as well as those who do not specialize in Luke and Acts. The principal reader of this collection, however, is the biblical student and teacher who requires a relatively comprehensive survey of Lukan studies in terms of content and methodology. Both teacher and student will find in these essays an excellent companion to the actual text of Luke and Acts. At the same time, a number of these essays break new ground and offer a challenge to other New Testament scholars.Contributors include Marion L. Soards, Dennis M. Sweetland, Judette Kolasny, Thomas L. Brodie, Marie Eloise Rosenblatt, Robert L. Mowery, Richard J. Cassidy, and Earl Richard.