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Course Description

Readers of the Synoptic Gospels (from the Greek: "seeing together"), often assume that Mathew, Mark, and Luke were authored by the names that prefix the Gospels that bear their names. However, most scholars have long realized that these books are anonymous. If these three were not eyewitnesses, then how and where did they get the narratives represented in their works? Using the historical methodology, this lecture seeks to get behind the written texts to discover the possible sources for the Gospels that we have today.

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