Gospel of Luke (Translated)
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Philip Schaff introduced the Gospel of Luke in the History of the Christian Church as follows:
- [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 is written in magnificent Greek, surpassed as a literary work by only the unparalleled Epistle to the Hebrews.
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)
- http://www.biblewheel.com/wheel/Spokes/Resh_Luke_Beautiful.asp (emphasis added)