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New Testament

Gospels and Acts of the Apostles

Who was Luke?

Luke, whose name means “light,” was a physician, and Paul’s steadfast friend and traveling companion. It is commonly believed that Luke is not only the author of the book bearing his name, but the book of Acts as well.



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