Gospels Chart. Gospels Chart. Conduct an overview of the Gospels – the story of the Son of God.
The unit of scripture called the Gospels provides the greatest amount of information about the person and ministry of Jesus Christ. Interestingly, the story of Jesus is told four times to four different focus groups with four different emphases. The use of a single gospel provides a reasonable understanding of Jesus. Collectively, however, the four gospels provide an expanded understanding and a more complete picture of the God-man we call Savior and Lord.
Within the study of the Gospels is the debate over origin. Specifically, are Matthew and Luke dependent upon a source document that provides vital information for their books? This introduces two questions: was Mark the first gospel written; and is there an anonymous source in use? Add to this the dynamic of “synoptic gospels” and you have more than a few things to consider in your critical study of the story of the Son of God
Read the introduction for all four gospels in a study Bible or Bible handbook and complete a cursory read of the Gospel of Mark.
Search “synoptic gospels” and “Q – quelle.”
Complete the “Gospels Chart” located in the course documents. Citations should be presented in APA format and a referen
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