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The Gospel according to Luke is the third book of the New Testament, which tradition attributes to Luke, a Greek physician and a companion of Paul. Like the Gospel of Matthew, but unlike the other Gospels, it contains a geneology and an account of the nativity. Both the Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles are addressed to "Theophilus" (Greek for "One who loves God"), indicating that they have the same author.

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Formal introductionEdit

Jesus' birth and boyhoodEdit

Jesus' baptism and temptationEdit

Jesus' ministry in GalileeEdit

Jesus' teaching on the journey to JerusalemEdit

Jesus' Jerusalem conflicts, crucifixion, and resurrectionEdit

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