Poetry of Truth - Gospel of Luke

The author of the Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles, St. Luke, is traditionally known as a sophisticated non-Jew Hellenist and perhaps a physician. He was an early convert to the Christian faith, most likely through the preaching of St. Paul. But as Gil Bailie points out in this presentation, Luke is above all a gifted teller of tales – or rather a re-teller of tales. The stories in Luke’s gospel are vivid and distinctive among the synoptic gospels.

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