Christianity is an historical religion, which means that it is not centered upon abstract principles or moral ideals, but that it is centered squarely upon certain events that happened in history. The most fundamental of those events are the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Scriptures give us four different but compatible accounts of Jesus’ life, each with its unique perspective and emphases. The Gospel of Luke is known especially for emphasizing Jesus’ humanity, his concern for outcasts, and his parables. But like all the gospels, the theme that drives all other themes is the sacrificial death and life-giving resurrection of Christ. This study seeks to unpack in a verse by verse manner this account of the ministry and work of Christ as recorded by the divinely inspired Dr. Luke.