Bible (KJV) NT 03: Luke

King James Version (KJV)

The Gospel of Luke is the most literary of the four gospels which recount the life and work of Jesus Christ. Although anonymous, the book is generally attributed to Luke, a physician and a missionary companion of the Apostle Paul. His account contains events which are unique in the four gospels including the visits of Gabriel to Mary and Zacharias, the visit of the shepherds to the birth of Jesus, and the story of the young Jesus at the temple. This gospel contains the most references to women and is favorable to the Gentiles for whom it was written. Perhaps the most well-known of all New Testament passages is the second chapter of Luke which tells of the birth of Christ. (Summary by Susan Denny)

Genre(s): King James Version

Language: English

Group: Bible (King James Version)

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Chapters 1-2 Susan Denney
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Play 05 Chapters 9-10 Susan Denney
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