This Nine Part Series examines the development of the Four Gospels of the New Testament,
and the history of the attempts to Harmonize, Merge and Unify the Parallel portions of their Texts.

While the videos are being developed from the PowerPoint Presentation, you can listen to the audio tracks.

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PART 1

THE GOSPEL RECORD
What exactly is a "Gospel"?  and how many Gospels are there?

Part 1 - The Gospel Record

PART 2

THE NEW TESTAMENT GOSPELS
Why are there four different Gospels of The Story of The Life of Jesus in the New Testament? - and why only these four?

Part 2 - The New Testament Gospels

PART 3

AN OVERVIEW OF THE FOUR GOSPELS
A brief overview of each the four Gospels of the New Testament, along with a comparison of their similarities and differences, and also with who wrote them.

Part 3 - The Four Gospels

PART 4

SYNOPTIC OVERLAP
An examination of the parallel and synoptic verses, where the words
from 2 or more of the four Gospels overlap or repeat each other.

Part 4 - Synoptic Overlap

PART 5

THE SYNOPTIC GOSPELS
Examples of parallel and synoptic verse sets from two, three, and
all four of the Gospels.

Part 5 - The Synoptic Gospels

PART 6

A UNIFIED GOSPEL
A brief history of the Diatessaron, and some of the other harmonies and mergers of the Gospels created over the past 1900 years.

Part 6 - A Unified Gospel

PART 7

THE SYNOPTIC GOSPEL
A method to align, merge and harmonize the parallel and synoptic words of the four Gospels, with examples.

PART 8

FEATURES OF THE SYNOPTIC GOSPEL
How the FIVE COLUMN four Gospel Harmony and Merger was created, and how to use and read the book.

PART 9

CONCLUSION
Being a complete and accurate harmony of the old, The Synoptic Gospel is the new Gospel that clearly and simply tells The Story of The Life of Jesus.

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