Luke is the third gospel in the bible where Jesus is presented as the Son of Man. Luke was a physician that wrote both the book of Like and the book of Acts.
This book covers Jesus’ youth, ministry in Galilee, time in Jerusalem, and sacrifice and triumph. One thing that is mentioned in Luke more than the other gospels is Jesus’ dependence on prayer and presence of the Holy Spirit. Another thing Luke records is Jesus’ close relationship and prominence given to women during his lifetime.