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In the Gospel of Luke who was Joanna?

Joanna was the wife of Chuza, who was the steward of Herod Agrippa. She is best known as one of the women who had been helped by Jesus and later cared for Him and the disciple (MORE)

How does Luke portray Jesus in his Gospel?

For Luke, Jesus is our Compassionate Savior. Luke's image of Jesus is presented as the compassionate Savior of the world, with love and compassion for all people, whether rich (MORE)

What job did Luke the gospel writer have?

Luke, the companion of Paul, was a physician. The gospel now known as Luke's Gospel was originally written anonymously and only attributed to Luke later in the second century, (MORE)

What are miracles in the Gospel of Luke?

Healing miracles     Peter's mother-in-law (4:38-39)   man with a skin disease (5:12-13)   paralysed man (5:18-25)   man with paralysed arm (6:6-10)  (MORE)

What is the meaning of the Gospel of Luke?

Luke 1:1-4 explains that Luke wrote this book for someone named Theophilus. Apparently many people were attempting to write of the life of Jesus, and most reports were inaccur (MORE)

How are the Gospels of Mathew and Luke different?

The Gospels of Matthew and Luke share a great deal of material, often the same words in the Greek language, because they are both based on Mark's Gospel as their source of in (MORE)

In what community did Luke write his gospel?

We know little about the community in which Luke his Gospel, but we can infer some things. The Gospel was written in Greek Koine, long after 70 CE and very possibly in the fir (MORE)

Who was St Luke who wrote the Gospel?

As there are no bylines for Luke or the sequel, Acts, we humans  must deduce the authorship. Knowing he did not personally witness  the Crucifixion yet we know he was with P (MORE)

What is the answer to 20c plus 5 equals 5c plus 65?

20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4
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