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Luke's Story

Narrated by: Robertson Dean
Series: The Jesus Chronicles, Book 3
Length: 12 hrs and 34 mins
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Millions of readers made the Left Behind series best-sellers. Now, the third in the authors' best-selling Jesus Chronicles is available in audiobook. 

This biblically inspired novel, third in the best-selling Jesus Chronicles, tells the story of Luke - the Gospel writer whose belief was built on the power of faith alone. Luke, who hadn't met Jesus, is skeptical of his miracles until events in his own life irreversibly change him. 

Pledging himself to Christ, he begins a Gospel based on the conversion stories of believers and interviews with those who knew him best - the disciples who spent three years with Jesus and, most important, his mother, Mary. The result would be a Scripture rich in the miraculous stories of the Lord's divinity, intended to appeal to women, nonbelievers, and the disenfranchised - and that would speak to the heart of Christians all over the world. 

©2009 Jerry B. Jenkins (P)2009 Penguin

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  • Euless, TX, United States
  • 01-14-12

Not Historically accurate

Was Luke's Story worth the listening time?

The story itself was good. But I was shocked at the level of inaccurate history that was protrayed. The research was good on the biblical side. But there was little research done on the historical side. I was most annoyed by the protrayal of University in ancient times. That was totally off base. It made me doubt the rest of the story. It jolted me out of the place I had been in, enjoying the story. Luke's clinic was also inaccurate for that time and place.

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so easy to listen to! I recommend it to all. <br />


I found it to be intriguing and fascinating to listen to. The narration was superb.

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Making the Gospel inspired writers real

The story leading to the Bible New Testament describing the author Luke of the Gospel of that name gives life to the writer; not just the inspired words of the Gospel. Excellent!
The narrator was also excellent!