• Introduction to Luke Most agree that a man named Jesus lived on the earth during the first century. Was he just a man? Was he the Son of God? Each one of us must decide for ourselves based on the evidence. Luke wrote an orderly account of significant events in the life of Jesus. He was a serious historian (Luke 1:1-4) and provided a historical narrative about Jesus. Whether or not you believe his evidence came from God (and we do), it is first-rate and deserves consideration. Reading the Gospel of Luke is beneficial. If you have never done it, you need to. If you have read it before, you will learn more by reading it again.

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