Published June 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||212|
The Gospels combined: parallel passages blended, and separate accounts connected; presenting in one continuous narrative,the life of Jesus Christ as told by Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. His words in special typePages: The Life of Christ in Stereo: The Four Gospels Combined As One Hardcover – January 1, by Johnston M. Cheney (Author)/5(50). This book is a combination of the four Gospels into one seamless narrative. While each Gospel has its own perspective (Matthew the Jewish, Mark the Roman, Luke the Greek, John the more intimate memories), this book takes each perspective, arranges them according to a timeline, and then presents them as one continuous story/5. The Four in One Gospel of Jesus: The story of the life of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ as it is written in the Gospels according to MATTHEW, MARK, diligently blended in chronological order. [Dimitrov, Nikola D, Shelfer, Michelle] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Four in One Gospel of Jesus: The story of the life of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ as it is /5(43).
The Chronological 4 Gospels are the accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, with a few verses from Acts and 1 st Corinthians, combined in a chronological . on at the Sea of Galilee, mentioned only in the Synoptic Gospels. See 4 According to John this occurred 46 years after Herod the Great began reconstructing the temple, which occurred in the 18 th year of his reign ( B.C.), which con-File Size: KB. John, not one of the synoptic Gospels, varies greatly on the stories told and somewhat on the chronology of events. The books themselves do not claim who their author was. Yet, early church fathers seemed confident in who wrote each book. Matthew. Matthew is the first book of the New Testament and was written by the Apostle Matthew (also known. This is a Gospel harmony on steroids, because it actually breaks each Gospel down WORD-BY-WORD. In fact, it is the only book in history to literally translate the Gospels from the Greek language, break each Gospel down with unbelievable detail into four separate columns, and then merge them together into one flowing, chronological, Bible-like.
The Synoptic Gospels The Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke are called the Synoptic Gospels. Synoptic means "same view" or "seeing together," and by that definition, these three books cover much the same subject matter and treat it in similar ways. John's approach to the Gospel and recording of Jesus' life and ministry is unique. The Gospels Combined: Parallel Passages Blended, and Separate Accounts Connected; Presenting in One Continuous Narrative,the Life of Jesus Christ as Told by Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. His. Harmony of the Gospels The Harmony of the Gospels offers a comparative study chart for Matthew, Mark, Luke and John's Gospel accounts. Categorized by subjects, this study resource allows quick, side-by-side viewing of what each apostle recorded in each of the four Gospels. In a Harmony of the Gospels, we obviously can have up to all four books side-by-side. However, in a Composite Gospel, only a single text is used. Often, one of the four Gospels is used as the main text, with bits and pieces of the other three Gospels being inserted where they say more than the main text.