by David Lyle Jeffrey
(312 pages, $32.99, hardcover)
reviewed by Graeme Hunter
The distinguished Brazos Theological Series, to which David Lyle Jeffrey's commentary on Luke makes a shining contribution, rests on three daring assumptions. First, it assumes a stance that is ecumenical in the bold sense of the word, encouraging "unashamedly dogmatic" interpretations of Scripture by commentators with clear commitments to Orthodox, Catholic, or Reformed traditions.
By itself, this first assumption might backfire and wo . . .