What are the gospels?
Matthew / Mark / Luke / John
The first three books - Matthew, Mark, and Luke - are commonly referred to as the “synoptic” Gospels. The term synoptic comes from the Greek word syn, meaning “together,” and optic, meaning “seen.” The synoptic Gospels include many of the same accounts, appearing in a similar chronological order, told from the slightly different perspective of each author.
The historical/archaeological presentation of the Gospels helped solidify the Biblical message as truth, with facts you can trust in and stand on. The Gospels grew more powerful and faith-affirming with each episode, and the last few episodes were simply stunning. Thank you so much!
- Amy, Drive Thru History Fan
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A top of the line teaching and learning resource. This comprehensive and engaging exposure to the Gospels brings to light many historical aspects of Scripture. Viewing where these events took place ads a very powerful dimension when teaching! Thank you to Dave Stotts for another valuable series.
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