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Let's Look at Luke -- Historian, Church Worker
"Luke is one of my favorite Bible characters, this even though many simply regard him as a writer of two books and not as one of the men actively involved in working for the early church. How much do you know? (The NIV was used for this quiz.)"
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What two books in the New Testament is Luke credited with writing?
Luke and Acts
Luke and Philemon
Luke and Romans
Luke and Philippi
Luke's books were both addressed to the same person. Can you name him?
What was the occupation of Luke before he became a worker in the early church?
In 2 Timothy 4:11, with Paul near the end of his struggles, he laments that Luke has deserted him.
Put all the pages together in your Bible and you'll discover Luke wrote more pages than any other person in the New Testament. Paul, who is credited with writing 13 books, wrote the second most number of pages. In the traditional reckoning, who wrote the third most?
How does Paul describe Luke in Colossians 4:14 in the NIV Bible?
Our dear friend
A wise man
True or false: Luke's name appears in Philemon.
In the Gospel Luke is credited with writing, one of these parable appears, but it isn't present in any of the other Gospels. Which is it?
The Prodigal Son
Lamp Under a Basket
New Wine in Old Wineskins
In the Gospel Luke is credited with writing, we hear of what miracle performed by Jesus that is not mentioned in the other Gospels?
Feeding the five thousand
Healing Peter's mother-in-law
Healing of the ten lepers
Healing a man's withered hand
The account of the dying thief on the cross being assured he will enter Paradise appears only in the Gospel that Luke is credited with writing.
In the Book of Acts, Luke is part of the action wherever you see the "we passages." In other words, instead of inserting his name into the copy, Luke states "we did this" or "we did that." The first 'we passage' appears in Acts 16. Luke writes that Paul and his group left Troas and headed to Philippi. What significant event took place at Philippi, as per Acts 16:13-15?
Raising of Eutychus from the dead
Conversion of Lydia
Conversion of Simon the Sorcerer
Abandonment by Alexander the Metalworker
In Acts 20:7-12, Luke writes about a young man called Eutychus who fell asleep in the window of a third floor building while Paul was preaching on and on. Eutychus fell out of the window and plunged to his death below, only to be raised from the dead. Where did this highly unusual event take place?
Acts 27 is about a major storm erupting with Paul and his entourage being tossed back and forth like a tennis ball at Wimbledon. According to verse 33, how many days had they been battered by the storm?
After surviving the shipwreck and making their way to the shore of Malta, Luke writes about an unusual incident that happened to Paul. What was the incident?
He was struck by lightning
He was bitten by a snake
A tree toppled on him
He suddenly became paralysed
After spending some time on Malta, Paul and Luke set sail for a European city where Paul would be under house arrest for two years. What was the city?
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