This is a highly fascinating and enlightening study of the medical words and phrases common to the third Gospel and the Acts of the Apostles. Hobart demonstrates, using medical sources by Galen and Hippocrates, that the writer of Luke was a physician with knowledge of Greek medical terms.
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This is a highly fascinating and enlightening study of the medical words and phrases common to the third Gospel and the Acts of the Apostles. Since its first appearance it has remained the standard study of this intriguing problem. A comprehensive Table of Contents and unusually extensive Index furnish the reader with a ready guide to every word or phase treated.
Appended to this study is an interesting discussion of the probability of the Apostle Paul's use of Luke's professional services.
Dr. Hobart was well qualified to make this study. Before his ordination he was an honored and outstanding scholar at Trinity College, Dublin.