Bible Reading Coach, Week 43 (Luke) Jesus, the Healer

If you could have interviewed the people who spent time with Jesus, what would your biography of Jesus look like? Probably a lot like Luke, since that's exactly what he did.

The Gospel of Luke is a favorite among people who love science, logic and research. Why? Because it was written by a man who tells us in the first four verses that he interviewed eyewitnesses, he did the research and he wrote an orderly and reliable account of the life of Jesus – a life filled with miracles, healings, plus a resurrection and ascension into heaven.

This is an amazing week of reading, written by someone with great journalistic integrity. And this week we also talk about the integrity of the New Testament itself, as we walk through some of the evidence about how and when the New Testament was written.

The Bible Reading Coach podcast is designed to help anyone read through the Bible in a year. In 10-15 minutes each Friday, I’ll introduce you to the passage for the following week, including:

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  • How to deal with challenging passages
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  • How it applies today
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