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6) would not fit with the dating of Jesus’ birth in the days of Herod (Lk 1:5; Mt 2:1). It is not by chance that Luke relates the birth of Jesus to the time of Caesar Augustus: the real savior (Lk ) and peace-bearer (Lk ; see also Lk ) is the child born in Bethlehem.
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* [2:1–2] Although universal registrations of Roman citizens are attested in 28 B. At that time, a provincial census of Judea was taken up. Lord is the most frequently used title for Jesus in Luke and Acts.
Moreover, there are notorious historical problems connected with Luke’s dating the census , and the various attempts to resolve the difficulties have proved unsuccessful. Sulpicius Quirinius became legate of the province of Syria in A. 6–7 when Judea was annexed to the province of Syria. The political overtones of the title are played down in Luke and instead the Messiah of the Lord (Lk ) or the Lord’s anointed is the one who now brings salvation to all humanity, Jew and Gentile (Lk –32).