Written too loosely, the Gospel of Luke is a structured and orderly in which the various stages of the Ministry of Jesus appear with clarity. Some specialists call this Gospel as the Gospel of mercy. So called because the News of salvation is offered to all those who wish to accept it. Lucas directs this Gospel to the second Christian generation which was immersed and confused both cultural and political contexts of the Roman Empire and the non-Jewish Christians of that era. Lucas tries to attract these people again and begins to tell stories concerning the life of Jesus. His work consists of two volumes. The Gospel of Luke and the book of acts.

From the perspective of Lucas, he says that the story of the old testament, which was a true connoisseur, is not only a succession of events, but the space where is God’s Plan. This plan is to save men. LK. 2; 11 today a Savior, who is Christ the Lord has born in the city of David. Lucas tries to tell the main moments in the life of Jesus and it does see the universality of the divine salvation and underlines that the salvation of God is in Jesus and not in Rome.

Luke mentions that the Church time begins when Jesus disappears from history and is ascended into heaven; then is when offers salvation to all men. As in all the Gospels, Jesus is the center of attention. In the salvation of God has been manifested planely and Lucas says in his Gospel that Jesus is the Messiah, that Jesus is the son of God, that Jesus is the Prophet, but above all, that Jesus is the Savior. Particularly in this Gospel are some teachings of Jesus. The most notable are the example of the loving father in son prodigal, or that of a compassionate stranger in the parable of the good Samaritan.