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    Rel. 2040 November 14‚ 2012 “The Gospel of Luke RP” Knowledge was power back around 80-90 ce when Luke was written. Some say knowledge is power in this day and age‚ but don’t forget about it’s who you know as well. How do you define what power is? Well‚ Luke was a physician‚ able to speak the Greek language efficiently and effectively‚ and his vocabulary was as deep as an officers’ on a submarine. Luke is the only non-Jewish Gospel author to introduce his work with a formal statement of purpose

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    THE gOSPEL OF lUKE

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    THE GOSPEL OF LUKE The Gospel According to Luke commonly shortened to the Gospel of Luke or simply Luke is the third and longest of the four Gospels. This synoptic gospel is an account of the life and ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. It details his story from the events of his birth to his Ascension. The purpose of Luke is to write a precise and reliable history of Jesus’ Christ’s life‚ while bringing out the theological significance of the history. He is a Greek and the only Gentile Christian

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    THE GOSPEL OF LUKE I. Background Issues Introduction This report will be focused on the Gospel of Luke‚ however Luke authored both the Gospel bearing his name and the Book of Acts‚ which is said to be the sequel to the Gospel. Through his authorship of both books Luke’s contribution to the New Testament equals out to 27 percent of it.1 Both books were written for and sponsored by a man named “Theophilus” (Luke 1:3). Luke‚ a physician and an educated man‚ used his knowledge to write

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    four Gospels are attributed to different authors‚ with each book being distinct in some form or another. The Gospels of Mathew‚ Mark‚ and Luke are often referred to as the “Synoptic Gospels.” The Gospel of John‚ however‚ has a different take on the events of Christ’s life‚ and he presents them in a poetic form using many symbols. By comparing one of the Synoptic Gospels‚ like Luke‚ with the Gospel of John‚ we can see the similarities and differences throughout their works. Although the Gospels of Luke

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    The Gospel of Luke The Gospel of Luke was thought to be written by Luke. The time of which he wrote it was uncertain but research shows anywhere from 70 to 80 A.D. it is believed that Luke wrote Luke and Acts to coincide with each other to show certain emphases that had yet to be made. The setting of Luke took place mainly in Jerusalem but traveled to Galilee. The reason for the Gospel of Luke was to show the birth‚ ministry‚ death‚ and the return of Jesus. The Gospel of Luke starts off with the

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    with women. All the Gospels report that it was the women who had persevered by Jesus’ cross. The woman “who had a flow of blood” (cf. Mk 5:25-34)‚ who could not touch anyone because it was believed that her touch would make a person “impure”. Each of them was healed‚ and the last-mentioned – the one with a flow of blood‚ who touched Jesus’ garment “in the crowd” (Mk 5:27) – was praised by him for her great faith: “Your faith has made you well” (Mk 5:34). The Gospel of St. Luke pays special attention

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    The New Testament gospels of Mark‚ Matthew‚ Luke and John offer four remarkably similar accounts of the life and passion of Jesus Christ. Scholars generally contend that Mark is the earliest of the four accounts and that it functions as a "major narrative source" for the gospels of Matthew and Luke. How came Matthew come first in the bible Before Mark? What is the basis of the sequence of the books of the bible? We have studied that the four gospels contains different view about our Lord Jesus Christ

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    The Gospels are our most important resource in a study of Christianity. Christians obtain most of their knowledge and understanding of Jesus from the Gospels. These are the heart of all scripture because the gospels contain the life ad teachings of Jesus. There are four gospels‚ and which serves a significance to our faith. The four Gospels include Matthew‚ Mark‚ Luke and John. The Gospel of Matthew Matthew’s Gospel is important because he helps convert Jews by teaching about Christ. This reveals

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    Luis Valladares Advanced Composition Mrs. Torrado Compare and Contrast Essay A good Samaritan; Is the person who help others‚ without asking asking for something. They help because it touches the pain of others. The term comes from a Bible Parable. A good Samaritan risk his life to help others. The story talks about a man who was beaten and robbed in the roads of Jerusalem. And a good Samaritan had compassion of him and he help him.(source 1) In “ If Decency Doesn’t‚ Law Should Make Us

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    2. Compare and contrast the birth narratives in the Gospel of Matthew and that of the Gospel of Luke. The birth narrative of Matthew begins with a long genealogy of Jesus‚ which basically shows how Jesus is son of Abraham who is the father of the nation of Israel‚ and David the King of the Jews. This may not seem important but this genealogy shows how Jesus is connected to the Davidic line. Then we have Mary‚ who just found out she was pregnant and Joseph decides it is best to divorce her because

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