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Title: How Does Luke Portray Jesus as Servant of YHWH
Author(s): O’TOOLE, Robert F.
Journal: Biblica
Volume: 81    Issue: 3   Date: 2000   
Pages: 328-346
DOI: 10.2143/BIB.81.3.3200441

Abstract :
This article explains Luke's meaning of Jesus as Servant of YHWH and claims this title as part of Luke's christology. Many references to Jesus as Servant of YHWH are unique to Luke, and a few summarize Jesus' ministry. These summary passages particularly look to Jesus' saving activity, universal mission and suffering. Other Servant of YHWH passages point out that Jesus is specially chosen and pleasing to God and determined to do his will. In particular, Acts 8,32-33 summarize Jesus' passion during which Luke views Jesus as the Servant and thus humble, innocent and silent. As the Servant Jesus is also risen and active.

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