Frederick and Margaret L. Weyerhaeuser Associate Professor of New Testament at Princeton Theological Seminary
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Luke and the Shape of Salvation
In the churches where some of us were nurtured, salvation largely meant one thing: What happens the moment you die? What is your eternal destiny the moment after your heart beats for the last time? Where will you spend the afterlife?
The Gospel of Luke helps spark a wider imagination about what salvation might mean. Salvation, in Luke, is not just in the future but in the present. Salvation, in Luke, is not just about eternal life but abundant life right here and right now. Salvation, in Luke, is a promise God fulfills in a way we can experience, taste, feel. Salvation, in Luke, is not deferred. Salvation is now.