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Overview of Luke - The Douay Rheims Catholic Bible
The content of Luke according to the Douay Rheims Roman Catholic Bible scriptures contains a short overview of the main subjects, people, events and ancient topics in the following summary of the Douay Rheims Roman Catholic Bible Scriptures:
- Luke is book number 3 of the New Testament. It
contains 24 chapters
- Who was Luke?
Luke was one of the twelve Apostles. Luke was a native of
Antioch, the capital of Syria. He was by
profession a physician; and some ancient writers say, that
he was very skillful in painting. He was converted by Paul
and became his disciple and companion in his travels, and
fellow-labourer in the ministry of the Gospel. He wrote in
Greek, about twenty-four years after the death of Jesus and
- What is a Gospel? A
Gospel is a book that describes the life and death of Jesus.
Gospels also explain how Jesus came back to life again.
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Summary of Luke - The Bible Stories of Luke taken from the Scriptures
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Bible Stories of Luke taken from the Scriptures. An overview
of the main events and Biblical characters found in Luke together
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from the Douay Rheims Roman Catholic Bible
- The content summary
of the the Book of Luke is as follows:
- The ancestry and
the birth of Jesus and the escape to Egypt
- Jesus in Galilee
- The teachings and
parables of Jesus
- The Sermon on the
- The last week in
the life of Jesus including the last supper, his trial and
his death by
- The resurrection of
- The Biblical stories,
plot, characters and events detailed in Luke
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