If you were an accountant, do you think you would view life differently than a fisherman?
If you were a common laborer, would you see historical events differently than a doctor?
The four Evangelists that wrote the four Gospels in our New Testaments were very different from one another. Matthew was a CPA and his view point of Jesus’ life and ministry was a little different than some things Mark recorded. We are in no way implying contradictions or discrepancies. We are talking about differences such as how one writer highlighted certain miracles and another the different stories Jesus used to convey His messages. Matthew presented Jesus as the promised King and Mark emphasized Him as the sinless man who came to serve among the people. John, the high strung fisherman, presented Jesus as God who came in flesh to reveal Himself to mankind. And Luke, a distinguished physician, wrote of Jesus as the Son of man come to be the Savior of sinners. With the accounts of all four disciples we get a complete picture of who Jesus truly is.
On Thursday, November 19, 2009 we launched two new courses: 33300 Luke I and 33400 Luke II (Click here to peruse). These two courses open the entire book of Luke to the student. Luke is thought of as the Gospel that gives the most evidence of Jesus to those who are skeptical. These great courses are taken from a book, The Gospel According to Luke, by Dr. G. Campbell Morgan one of the great Bible preaching Pastors and writers of the 20th century.
We invite you to begin your study of Luke with us and tell a friend about these courses and the BI. You are our best ADVERTISER. We need your assistance.
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