Luke was a doctor who became a traveling companion and fellow worker with the apostle Paul. He is known mostly for his detailed authorship of his Gospel and the book of Acts. He most likely joined Paul during Paul’s second missionary journey in the city of Troas due to his abrupt change from third person pronouns to first person pronouns in that section of Acts (Acts 16:6-10).
1st century A.D.
Location in the Bible
Luke (author), Acts (author), Colossians 4:14, 2 Timothy 4:11, Philemon 1:24