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Divine Science Bible Text Book

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Genesis - History of Israelites - Exodus - Leviticus - Numbers - Deuteronomy - Joshua - Judges - Ruth - Psalms - Proverbs - Song of Solomon - Prophets - New Testament History - Healing Works of Jesus - The 4 Evangelists - Lord's Prayer - Parables - Lord's [Last] Supper - Jesus after his Resurrection - Paul's Letters - Epistles - Revelation - Glossary - Numbers - Contents - Index


CHAPTER 14. - THE FOUR EVANGELISTS.

Part I. Evangelical History before the public ministry of Jesus; supposed to cover the space of thirty years and six months.. - p. 289

PART I.

Three Jewish parties: Pharisees, orthodox teachers of Mosaic Law Sadducees, worldly minded priests, aristocrats Essenes, ascetics, lived apart from social and civil life in communities their lives were simple, devout, orderly they did not indulge in the fierce pride of the Pharisees or the scornful skepticism of the Sadducees.

Evangelical History before the public ministry of Jesus is supposed to cover the space of thirty years and six months.

On comparing the first three Gospels, the Synoptic Gospels, we observe in them great similarity both in substance and general arrangement. The outline of the course of events given in these Gospels is almost the same, from the ministry of. John the Baptist onwards.• The common character is very accentuated when we compare them with John, the contents of which are widely different.

John 1: 1-4

"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God." The same, God, Divine Mind, that originates, that forms, that upholds, that sustains by being present with, was in the beginning. "All things were

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