Read in Arabic, it was that portion of the Gospel according to Luke (Chapter 6) in which Jesus is saying, "Do unto others as you would have them do to you." And then as joyfully as that troupe had carried this Good News into our midst, they danced it fight down the centre aisle and out into the streets of Canterbury.
As the gospel according to Luke unfolds, it becomes clear that the relationship between word and deed in Luke leaves neither in a position of primacy; both are a testimony to the in-breaking kingdom of God.
(30.) Joseph Fitzmyer, The Gospel According to Luke (I-IX) Anchor Bible 28; (New York, et al.: Doubleday, 1981), 564, points out that Luke calls Peter "Simon" before Luke 6:14, where Jesus names him "Peter."