A Harmony of the Gospels

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Harper Collins, Sep 1, 1932 - Religion - 352 pages
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"This text departs most markedly from the usual elementary Greek book in the centrality of its graded Reader. The method which takes the student through a progression of grammar lessons each concluding with a few sentences for translation".
 

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The thing that I liked best about this book - I almost called it a manual due to its scope and great care in walking you through the gospels - was the fact that it placed side by side the synoptic gospels and some of the predictions from the old testament in a manner which could be understood by a simple sunday school teacher. Thereby adding a depth and richness to the weekly study that otherwise might be missed within our busy lives. It is an elder tome, written in 1922 but it is still one of the very best exegesis simply due to it's manner. My thanks to his family for keeping it in print.
Walter S. Dyer III
FBC Beltsville
 

Contents

Analytical Outline of the Harmony t
xiii
Table for Finding Any Passage in the Harmony xruii
xxxiii
Explanatory Notes on Points of Special Difficulty in
253
A List of the Parables of Jebdb
292
A List of Some Uncanonical Sayings of Jesus
302
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