Luke

The Word Is Alive

The Gospel of Luke

Luke was a Greek-speaking Gentile, a medical doctor and an historian. It is not known if he became a Christian through his friendship with Paul or was already a convert when he met him. Whichever way it was, he became a trusted friend of the apostle Paul, travelled with on his journeys and stayed with him during times of his imprisonment. The book is written to a Greek man named Theophilus, to allow him to know that what he had previously been told about the Christ was true. The book has stood the test of time and is a beautifully written account with a lot of carefully researched details concerning the birth, life, death and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth.

Luke wrote a subsequent book called the Acts of the Apostles that takes the reader from the time Jesus ascended back into heaven, the building of the early church and the Gospel of Christ being taught at the centre of the Empire in Rome.

Book Youtube Date
Introduction Watch 27 Feb 13
Chapter One Watch 27 Feb 13
Chapter Two Watch 27 Feb 13
Chapter Three Watch 27 Feb 13
Chapter Four Watch 27 Feb 13
Chapter Five Watch 23 Feb 13
Chapter Six Watch 27Feb 13
Chapter Seven Watch 27 Feb 13
Chapter Eight Watch 27 Feb 13
Chapter Nine Watch 27 Feb 13
Chapter Ten Watch 27 Feb 13
Chapter Eleven Watch 27 Feb 13
Chapter Twelve Watch 27 Feb 13
Chapter Thirteen Watch 27 Feb 13
Chapter Fourteen Watch 27 Feb 13
Chapter Fifteen Watch 27 Feb 13
Chapter Sixteen Watch 27 Feb 13
Chapter Seventeen Watch 27 Feb 13
Chapter Eighteen Watch 27 Feb 13
Chapter Nineteen Watch 27 Feb 13
Chapter Twenty Watch 23 Feb 13
Chapter Twenty One Watch 27 Feb 13
Chapter Twenty Two Watch 27 Feb 13
Chapter Twenty Three Watch 27 Feb 13
Chapter Twenty Four Watch 27 Feb 13
Summary Watch 27 Feb 13

The studies in this book are based primarily on the NIV translation published in 1984.

There is some supplementary material for the book and a mind map of its structure that may prove useful for study.

The bible cross references normally contained in the supplementary material is separate for Luke and can be viewed by verse or in book order.

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