We Meet Jesus in the Gospels

We especially meet Jesus in the Gospels, the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John (found in the New Testament). The Gospels are narratives of the life and work of Jesus. Eyewitnesses to the words and life of Jesus wrote Matthew and John. Two others—Mark and Luke—were written by those who spoke with eyewitnesses. The Holy Spirit uses these texts so that the reader sees, hears, experiences, and ponders the life of Jesus.

To learn more about the Gospels check out the book Lutheranism 101.

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4 Responses to We Meet Jesus in the Gospels

  1. I hope we will get more “meat and potatoes” than this. On standby for review. This is “less than” basic.

  2. Randy Keyes says:

    I’m trying to “like” the book for facebook from the cph.org site but I’m getting the error: You failed to provide a valid list of administators. You need to supply the administors using either a “fb:app_id” meta tag, or using a “fb:admins” meta tag to specify a comma-delimited list of Facebook users.

    FYI and what an awesome book!
    Randy

    • ScotK says:

      Randy, I haven’t got a clue what you just said, but I will flag your comment so that someone at CPH who understands what FB needs might be able to take care of it. Glad you like the book so far.

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