Luke 1–5 begins a fascinating journey through the life of Christ, compiled and recorded by Luke the historian/physician. John MacArthur’s exposition covers the longest birth narrative in Scripture, the ministry of John the Baptist, the temptation of Jesus, the shocking account of Jesus’ ministry in His hometown, and the calling of the first disciples.
As always, John covers the text in detail, verse by verse, providing profound insight into Jesus’ life. He deals with the grammar of the original text, addresses interpretive challenges, and explains the historical setting in a way that paints a rich, vivid picture of the beginning of the Savior’s ministry. By helping you understand what God meant by what He said, Luke 1–5 is an essential resource in your study of this beloved gospel.