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The '''Gospel of Luke''' (literally, "according to Luke";) is the first [[Gospels|Gospel]] in the [[New Testament]]. Traditionally, it was written by the [[Apostle Luke]], a doctor. The Gospel of Luke was the second or third Gospel to be written.
 
The '''Gospel of Luke''' (literally, "according to Luke";) is the first [[Gospels|Gospel]] in the [[New Testament]]. Traditionally, it was written by the [[Apostle Luke]], a doctor. The Gospel of Luke was the second or third Gospel to be written.
  
 
==Authorship and writing of the Gospel==
 
==Authorship and writing of the Gospel==
 
Although the document is internally anonymous, the authorship of this Gospel has been traditionally ascribed to St. Luke.
 
Although the document is internally anonymous, the authorship of this Gospel has been traditionally ascribed to St. Luke.

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The Gospel of Luke (literally, "according to Luke";) is the first Gospel in the New Testament. Traditionally, it was written by the Apostle Luke, a doctor. The Gospel of Luke was the second or third Gospel to be written.

Authorship and writing of the Gospel

Although the document is internally anonymous, the authorship of this Gospel has been traditionally ascribed to St. Luke.

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