Gospel of Luke (Translated)

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Philip Schaff introduced the Gospel of Luke in the History of the Christian Church as follows:[1]

[Luke] is the Gospel of poetry. We mean the poetry of religion, the poetry of worship, the poetry of prayer and thanksgiving, a poetry resting not on fiction, but on facts and eternal truth. In such poetry there is more truth than in every-day prose. The whole book is full of dramatic vivacity and interest. ... No wonder that the third Gospel has been pronounced, from a purely literary and humanitarian standpoint, to be the most beautiful book ever written.

The Gospel of Luke was directed at the Greek population.

The translation of the Gospel of Luke is in three entries.

Luke 1-8 (Translated) (completed)

Luke 9-16 (Translated) (completed)

Luke 17-24 (Translated) (completed)

References

  1. http://www.biblewheel.com/wheel/Spokes/Resh_Luke_Beautiful.asp (emphasis added)
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