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Title: Meals as type-scenes in the third gospel
Authors: Okorie, A. M.
Keywords: Sacred meals
Dinners and dining -- Religious aspects
Bible. Gospels
Bible. Luke -- Commentaries
Issue Date: 1996
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of Theology
Citation: Okorie, A. M. (1996). Meals as type-scenes in the third gospel. Melita Theologica, 47(1), 17-26.
Abstract: Luke includes a reference to food in many chapters of the Third Gospel. It is obvious that meals play an important part in the Lukan presentation of the story of Jesus. The meals of Jesus have profound theological significance, and this significance mounts as each scene is carefully unfolded by the author. This paper is directed towards the establishment of a fixed pattern or type-scene which will serve to identify those scenes that can technically be called meal-scenes.
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