St. Luke is widely believed to be the author of the Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the 72 Apostles
St. Luke, also known as Luke the Evangelist, is widely believed to be the author of the Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles. He wrote more New Testaments than anyone else, even the apostle Paul. Luke was not a witness to Jesus’ ministry. But he lived in the first century AD and, according to his own writings, “examined everything carefully from the beginning.” As Paul’s traveling companion, he also had direct access to the apostles and other accounts of Jesus’ life and ministry. Although he was probably educated as a doctor, Today Luke is known as one of the church’s earliest historians. His methodical and detailed writings provide us with the only complete record of what happened after Jesus ascended to Heaven. Without his description in Acts, it is hard to imagine how Christianity grew from a small and fragile movement within Judaism to eventually become the largest religion in the world. The white nature Saint Luke statue is also one of the most popular statues of the saints.
Marble Saint Luke Statue WITH BULL
St. Luke’s identity is that of a doctor
Most of what we know about Luke comes from his own writings and some references in Paul’s letters. Some details of his life are ambiguous, and scholars debate what we can really glean from the limited evidence we have. Paul mentions Luke in passing in Colossians 4:14. From that mention, you learn that he was a doctor. This would certainly come in handy for Paul, who gets beaten up a lot. The early prologue to the Gospel of Luke also states that Luke was born in Antioch and was a physician by profession. He became a disciple of the apostle Paul and later followed Paul until his martyrdom. He died at the age of 84.
In his own writings, Luke often used common medical terms to describe illness and suffering. In Luke 14:2, When Jesus encounters a man who is bloated, or “abnormally swollen in his body,” Luke uses the word hudropikos. This is a common term in Greek medical literature and is not found anywhere else in the Bible. If you really like Saint Luke, take a look at our Saint Luke statue. You can put it in your garden. Aongking Church Customs Team also has many other saint sculptures for you to choose from. If you are interested in it, welcome to contact the Aongking Church Customs Team.
Large Saint Luke Statue
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