Luke's Gospel is many people's favourite: they love the unfolding of the Christmas story; they are moved by the parable of the lost son and they enjoy the account of the two disciples meeting the risen Jesus on the road to Emmaus. And in his introduction, Luke tells us that he has written an orderly account.
So after writing books about Matthew's Gospel, Mark's Gospel and John's Gospel, Andrew Page has now turned his attention to the Gospel of Luke.
The Luke Experiment is two things. First, it's a basic commentary: Andrew unpacks the message of Luke by teaching through the Gospel from beginning to end. And second, it's an invitation: the book explains how readers can learn the order of the incidents in Luke, and so try the experiment of using what they have learnt to help them meditate their way through the Gospel. This stems from Andrew's conviction that Luke wrote not only to give us information about Jesus, but also to help us to meet him.