Luke never even met Jesus so why would a gospel be written by him in the first place?
Your audience comments are merely your fan fiction without a shred I historical backing. But keep making fun of me by making factual errors..... I swear that takes one's stupidity to a whole new level I must say.
Again no matter how you spin it, you are admitting the gospel writers changed facts to tailor make their gospel. If they are changing around facts on purpose as you claim, it can no longer be considered historically accurate or be taken seriously. Surely even with your IQ you can grasp this. Sorry but I just can't accept that you are really that stupid but rather are being purposely obtuse.
Remember by your own admission we are not talking about changing the verbiage slightly or stating the same account but in a more Jewish friendly manner for example. Rather by your own admission the gospel writers took the liberty of completely changing facts!
This is only one of the opening errors and already you are stumped and have resorted to admitting they were changed around from gospel to gospel for marketing purposes. I can't wait to see you cower and stumble trying to explain the other errors... Then again you were unaware of Paul having his visions of Jesus.
It makes me good to educate you in matters of your own religion. I should report this on my taxes as charity.
<quoted text>No, this is a mistake in your thinking. The Gospel of Luke was written by Luke to a gentile audience. That was the purpose. It wasn't changed. I'm talking about the original writing. If something is original, it hasn't been changed.
Matthew was Jewish and his concern was to inform unbelieving Jews that Jesus was the true Messiah. I didn't say they changed them. You're either mistaken in your understanding, or you're purposely misrepresenting my earlier point.
And I make fun of you because you assume you're winning a contest that doesn't even exist. My purpose isn't to win. It's to expose flaws to arguments and present alternative methods of understanding to those who have the ability and desire to have a real discussion.