Biblical evangelist

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The four Biblical evangelists are Matthew the Apostle, Mark (likely a boy who eyewitnessed the events while tagging along with his mother, who was a disciple), Luke (a Greek physician who transcribed his Gospel based on eyewitness accounts), and John the Apostle (likely a teenager homeschooled by Jesus).