Monday, February 20, 2017
"Where the Four Roads Merge: A Chronological Narrative of the Four Gospels"
Author: Tony Kessinger
Title: “Where the Four Roads Merge: A Chronological Narrative of the Four Gospels”
Publication: By author, ISBN 978-0692809006, 180 pages, 8 chapters, paper
The book presents a synoptic narrative of the four gospels, with reference charts pointing to the passages in each gospel. Much of the material also appears in Acts. The introduction points out that the synoptic gospels were written for specific audiences: Matthew for Jews, Mark for Roman citizens, and Luke for Gentiles.
A good comparison is “Gospel Parallels” by Burton H. Throckmorton, which a Dr. Bauman used to teach on television from on Sunday mornings. It's a blue hardcover with large pages that I have somewhere.
The author does have his own idea about the Trinity.
The book was mailed to me as a sample.