Epistles of Luke to Theophilus
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... full harmony with the picture of Christ as it shines from the other Gospels and
from the Epistles. ... The object of Luke was to confirm Theophilus and through ...
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The Acts of the Apostles and the Acknowledged Epistles.
... The book of Acts and the epistles ascribed to ... 3. The internal testimony to Luke's
authorship is ... in dedicating it to the same Theophilus, expressly identifies ...
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The Gospel of Luke
... is derived from the Acts of the Apostles and from a few passages in the Epistles
of Paul ... The Gospel of Luke was first of all intended for Theophilus, who is ...
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The Gospel According to St. Luke
... member of the "equestrian order." The evangelist tells Theophilus that many ... Luke's
literary style is his use of phrases which resemble phrases ... Paul's Epistles. ...
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Canon Muratorianus.
... things [4986] so constantly in his epistles also, saying in ... the Apostles are comprised
by Luke in one ... addressed to the most excellent Theophilus, because these ...
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The Acts of the Apostles
... is more advanced than that of the Pauline Epistles (Baljon) is ... of all intended, because
like the Gospel of Luke it is addressed to Theophilus, and like it ...
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The Gospel of Luke
... It is generally conceded by scholars that Luke is an ... name is twice found in the Pauline
Epistles in a ... Jew, but to a Gentile, by name "Theophilus," which means ...
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The Influences that Produced the New Testament
... very different from those which called forth the Epistles. ... The motive which influenced
Luke to write is clearly ... Jesus for his Greek friend Theophilus, who had ...
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Why Does the New Testament Contain Four Gospels and not one Only?
... this there could have been as many epistles as there ... St Matthew, were followed by
our St Luke and St ... Again, we hear from St Jerome that Theophilus, Bishop of ...
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The Order of the Gospels.
... But as for Luke, in the beginning of his Gospel ... but also the former of his epistles,
has been ... universally and expressly ascribed to John (Theophilus of Antioch ...
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Luke 1:1-4
For as much as many have taken in hand to set forth in order a declaration of those things which are most surely believed among us,
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Acts 1:1
The former treatise have I made, O Theophilus, of all that Jesus began both to do and teach,
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