Has this type of Harmonious Merger of the Gospels existed before? Long before there were the four Gospels that we have today, placed side-by-side as a collection in the New Testament, the four accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John were combined in a merged harmony called, the “Diatessaron“, in about 160 CE. The creator of […]
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Why Merge The Gospels?
Listen to the audio: Your browser does not support this audio. Why merge the four Gospels? It is important to preserve each of the four individual accounts of the life of Jesus Christ, because each contains unique sayings, events and stories that are not found within the others. Yes, that is true, and the world […]
An Interview with Daniel John – Part 1
Why Did You Create The Synoptic Gospel? When I first read the Bible in my mid-twenties I started with the Book of Genesis, in the Old Testament. Reading all of the books in order, I eventually completed the Old Testament, and arrived in the New Testament at the Gospel of Matthew. After reading that, I […]