Next to the apostle Paul, Luke is the best-known author in the New Testament. Yet, he is more than likely the one we know the least. As a physician, we know Luke was from a well-to-do family. Excellence in Greek grammar demonstrates he was well educated. How and where he came into the company of Paul, we know not. We do know that by the time Paul arrived in Troas, Luke was part of the entourage. This fact is evinced when Luke's writing turns from third person to first person omniscient in Acts 16:10. From that point on, Luke writes from firsthand experience. His desire to put forth an accurate account of the life of Christ displays a deep commitment by witnessing his faith in the risen Lord. How and where he researched his gospel information is unknown as Jesus' parents would most certainly have passed away by the time he met Paul. Did Luke marry? Was he ever married? How did he come to witness the life of Christ to Theopolis? Join Luke in a journey into the past and discover a life most fascinating. Relive the events and forces that endeavored to eradicate our faith.