Gospel of Luke CNT Translation
It is evident that Luke compiled his Gospel account from several eyewitnesses, and his Gospel remains the most historically driven of all the surviving accounts of the life and ministry of Yahshua Christ. Contained within are several unique elements, such as the conception and birth of Christ and John the Baptist, several parables, and the appearance on the road to Emmaus. The CNT is a translation of the New Testament by William Finck which strives to be a faithful and honest rendering of the Greek, favoring pragmatism and using the earliest available manuscripts as a source.
For more information on the particular nuances in this translation of Luke, one may use the Christogenea commentary on Luke as a guide.
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