- The Gospel of Luke is part 1 of a 2-volume work that includes Acts
- Luke was most likely written around A.D. 60-62
- The author, Luke, was a doctor, Gentile, and traveling companion of the Apostle Paul (Col 4:14; Phlm 24; 2 Tim 4:11)
- Although Luke has a lot of similarities to Matthew and Mark, its distinctive emphasis is on Jesus as the savior of all people, with a focus on the down-and-out and marginalized.
- Click the overview chart below to see a “map” of how the Gospel of Luke is organized.
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