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1. Preface; 2. St. Luke's Gospel Distinctly a Literary Work; 3. The Proem of St. Luke; 4. When Did St. Luke Write?; 5. Arguments for and Against the Early Date of St. Luke's Gospel; 6. Importance and Method of Textual Criticism in the New Testament; 7. Textual Condition of the Gospels. Matthew-Luke; 8. The Question of the Double Text in St. Luke's Gospel and in The Acts; 9. The proofs for two distinct texts in the acts; 10. The Double Text in St. Luke's Gospel; 11. Some Other Textual Difficulties in Luke's Gospel; 12. Textual Condition and Original Separate Forms of Mark's Gospel; 13. Textual Condition of John's Gospel; 14. Indices