|Overview - Luke 20|
|1||Christ avouches his authority by a question of John's baptism.|
|9||The parable of the vineyard.|
|19||Of giving tribute to Caesar.|
|27||He convinces the Sadducees, that denied the resurrection.|
|41||How Christ is the Son of David.|
|45||He warns his disciples to beware of the scribes.|
Luke 20:24 (King James Version)
Shew me a penny. Whose image and superscription hath it? They answered and said, Caesar's.
- a penny See
- Matthew 18:28 ; 20:2
- This was the head of the emperor; the superscription his titles. Julius Csar was the first who caused his image to be struck on the Roman coin; and Tiberius was emperor at this time. This therefore was a denarius of Csar, [dinarah kesar-anah,] as it is termed in the Talmud; and consequently this was respecting the tribute required by the Roman government.
- 22 ; 2:1 3:1 23:2 Acts 11:28 ; 25:8-12 26:32 Philippians 4:22