c.22 - c.75
Saint Luke, the first non-Jewish apostle and the reputed author of the gospel named after him.
Luke was probably born at Antioch in Syria. He was already a Christian when he met Paul. Biblical scholars believe that Luke accompanied Paul on two of his missionary journeys, and that he kept a diary of their travels.
Among notable parables found only in Luke's Gospel are those of the good Samaritan and the prodigal son. The Gospels
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