Jesus is treated as special but we only appreciate this special treatment in the Gospel of Luke by comparing Luke to Matthew and Mark. By implication, this may mean this may mean that neither Matthew nor Mark understood his sources or modified them for their Hellenistic audience. Furthermore this special treatment may implicate our understanding of the synoptic relationship.
Koet teaches that God speaks mouth to mouth with Moses and Jesus. The unique position of Moses and Jesus may explain the occurrence of dreams and visions in Acts of the Apostles and their absence in the Gospel of Luke.