Luke: The First Century Investigator of Jesus’ Resurrection

Luke, known as "the beloved physician," is viewed as a highly educated man of the first century due to his impeccable Greek language skills and sophisticated writing style. His sources, including previous narratives, eyewitness testimonies, and oral traditions, support his reliability as a historian recording Jesus's life and resurrection. Luke's detailed accounts, from geographical features to cultural, social, and political facts, are considered accurate by many scholars. Factors like the diversity of post-resurrection witnesses and the consistent biblical message reinforce the authenticity of his accounts of Jesus's resurrection.

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