Luke, The Gospel According to

Luke, The Gospel According to

The third book in the NT, frequently called the Third Gospel. The author was apparently the same person who wrote the book of Acts (Acts 1:1) and has traditionally been identified as Luke, the physician who sometimes traveled with Paul. The Gospel emphasizes historical connections, worship, and mercy for the disadvantaged.

Outline of Contents

Luke

I. Prologue (Luke 1:1-4)

II. Infancy narratives (Luke 1:5-2:52)

III. Narratives about John the Baptist and Jesus’s baptism and temptation (Luke 3:1-4:13)

IV. Jesus in and around Galilee (Luke 4:14-9:50)

V. Jesus’s trip to Jerusalem (Luke 9:51-19:44)

VI. Jesus in Jerusalem (Luke 19:45-21:38)

VII. The Last Supper and the trial and death of Jesus (Luke 22:1-23:56)

VIII. Resurrection narratives (Luke 24:1-53)

Acts 1:1

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Luke 1:1-4

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Luke 1:5-2:52

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Luke 3:1-4:13

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Luke 4:14-9:50

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Luke 9:51-19:44

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Luke 19:45-21:38

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Luke 22:1-23:56

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Luke 24:1-53

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