Description: The Bible gives us four biographers for Jesus' life: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. See Jesus from four different points of view and learn how their views unite to flesh out a portrait of God. Consult this concise chart to find out where there are four Gospels instead of just one, why three Gospels are similar, but the fourth is very different, how the Gospels complement, not contradict, each other, why most of Christ's story focuses on his last week; and more.
- Chart showing the point of view, symbol, and audience for each Gospel. It also shows what aspect of Jesus was emphasized depending on whether the audience was Jewish, Greek-speaking, or distinctly non-Jewish (Messiah, Authority/Power over man and nature, Ideal/perfect, Word of God).
- Harmony of the Gospels showing where each story appears in the four Gospels.
- The importance of Jesus' last week and how it is treated in each Gospel.
- Two charts: Jesus' miracles and parables in each Gospel.
- Differences between modern and ancient biographies and what they emphasize in a person's history.
- Where Jesus Walked - tracking his location in the Gospels.
- Map of Jesus' Travels with red lines showing modern-day cities and countries.
- What the four Passovers mentioned in the Gospels tell us about the length of Jesus' ministry.
- Comparison chart of the Book of John with the three Synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark & Luke)
Handy guide for anyone studying the New Testament, Life of Christ, or learning about Bible study. 14 panels, fits inside most Bibles, 8.5 x 5.5 inches, unfolds to 38 inches long.
- ISBN-10: 1596362774
- ISBN-13: 9781596362772
- Publisher: Rose Publishing
- Binding: Trade Paper, Laminated
- Google Product Category: Media > Books > Non-Fiction > Religion Books
- Availability: In Stock
- Condition: New