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Book details
  • Genre:RELIGION
  • SubGenre:Biblical Studies / Jesus, the Gospels & Acts
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Timeline of Jesus
  • Series Number:3
  • Pages:243
  • eBook ISBN:9781617929205

The Gospel of Jesus, Timeline Version

by Earl C. David, Jr.

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Overview
The Gospel of Jesus is a paraphrase of the four Gospels based on the King James Version of the Bible and groundbreaking work I did in Jesus and the Gospel Timeline and The 8 Days of Holy Week. It is intended to present the gospel story in the most current readable fashion.
Description
The Gospel of Jesus is a paraphrase of the four Gospels based on the King James Version of the Bible and groundbreaking work I did in Jesus and the Gospel Timeline and The 8 Days of Holy Week. It is intended to present the gospel story in the most current readable fashion. The Gospels are the heart of the Bible for the Christian! Yes this is a bold statement. It is true because if it were not for the Gospels there would be no Christianity! Without the knowledge of Jesus life, teachings, ministry, death, and resurrection there would be no New Testament. The Gospels are our beginning point. These facts are the grounds for every Christian and Seeker, to become immersed in the Gospels. For the first time ever you can follow the record of Jesus birth to his ascension through the combined voices of Mark, Matthew, Luke, and John. You will be astounded at how this magnificent story unfolds before your very eyes. Why do we need another version of the Gospels? The current versions of the Gospels follow the Eastern theological thought process. They are centered on events and teaching. Western thought patterns follow a timeline process. Western theological thinking needs a timeline process. We want and need a beginning, middle, and conclusion. Without this we can become confused.
About the author
Earl David has served local church congergations in Florida, Georgia, and Tennessee for the past forty eight years. He has made more that eighteen trips to the Holy Lands. He has done extensive reading on the Gospels and has for the last eleven years preached, taught and studied the customs and geography of the Gospels. He and his wife Elizabeth have four children, five grandchildren, and three great grandchildren. They make their home in Collierville, Tennessee. During his travels to the Holy Lands he had made friends with Israeli, Palestinian, Greek and Turkish Christian leaders.
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