We all know that there are many saints in religion, and they also contribute a lot to the propaganda of religion. Take a look at our St Luke statue. Luke is drawing. It is a picture of a woman holding her child. He invited the dog to join him. He was proudly showing off his painting to the dog. The dog also looked at his painting very carefully. This St Luke statue looks very humorous. It is perfect for your garden.
Luke, the author of the gospels and Acts, is known as “Luke the dear Doctor” of St. Paul. From the Bible and early Church historians, we know few other facts about Luke’s life. It is believed that Luke was a Greek and a gentile. Colossians 10-14 talks about the friends who were with him. He first mentions all those who are “circumcised” — in other words, jews — and he doesn’t include Luke in this group. The Gospel of Luke shows a special sensitivity to evangelizing to Gentiles. Only in his Gospel do we hear the parable of the Good Samaritan, we hear Jesus praising the faith of the Gentiles, such as the widow of Zarephath and Naaman the Syrian, and we hear the story of a grateful leper who was a Samaritan. He was born in Antioch, Syria, according to the early Church historian Eusebius Luke. The St Luke statue is very popular with people. More religious sculptures for you to choose from.