Luke is the only non-Jewish Gospel author and gives us the most comprehensive view of Jesus. We have the longest and most comprehensive presentation of Jesus’ life and public ministry to reach a gentile audience. Luke is also the author of the Acts of the Apostles and sees Jesus’ work come to fruition.
What makes Luke’s genealogy different from the genealogy in Matthew?
Jesus’ genealogy is traced to Adam, while Matthew only traces it to Abraham.
What do we call the portion of Luke that contains Mary’s response to Elizabeth’s words?
What animal symbolizes the Gospel of Luke?
Whom did Luke accompany on his missionary journeys?
To whom did Luke address his Gospel?