Luke, a Plagiarist?
Luke, a Plagiarist?
By George E. Rice
 

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For many years scholars and laymen have been perplexed by certain seeming discrepancies that crop up when various incidents in Jesus’ ministry are compared. Not only that, but in some instances it is evident that the Gospel writers copied from one other or from a common source. Thus, for instance, an estimated 91 percent of the Gospel according to Mark is reproduced by Matthew and Luke. 

Must a Bible writer be original, and must his writings agree in every detail with every other Bible writer in order to be inspired? These and other questions are dealt with in this book. The author does an in-depth analysis of the way Luke wrote his Gospel and from it draws certain logical conclusions with respect to the way God inspired the Bible writers. 

This is a “must” book for anyone who is concerned about the nature of inspiration, whether it be the inspiration of a Bible writer or the inspiration of Ellen G. White.