Joel Green has put us in his debt for his analysis of Luke. He draws out the major themes, especially noting the play between Luke's portrayal of things as they are vs. the reversal that Jesus brings. This is especially seen in the concern of Jesus to obliterate the Patronal system of the times and to create a community of mutuality, unfiltered by the distinctions of the world and unhindered by the structures of the Patronal system. His development of Jesus' presence as the Kingdom of God in their midst (the only reasonable reading of Luke 17:10) is seen in Jesus' fulfillment of the programmatic message from Isa. 61/58 as it appears in Luke 4:16-30. The release to the captives is realized as all, whether of strict demon-possession or not, are seen as bound by the evil one (who binds the present age with sickness and evil). All in all Green's book is an excellent presentation of the advantage of reading a Goispel as a whole and not atomizing it into pericopes. However helpful that may be at one stage of exegesis, it is a far cry from what Luke intended the church to hear. Green helps us to hear.