The Single Gospel

Matthew, Mark, Luke and John Consolidated into a Single Narrative

By Neil Averitt

The Single Gospel

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  • ISBN: 9781498221580
  • Pages: 352
  • Publication Date: 9/17/2015
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The Single Gospel

Matthew, Mark, Luke and John Consolidated into a Single Narrative

By Neil Averitt

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  • ISBN: 9781498221580
  • Pages: 352
  • Publication Date: 9/17/2015
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About-

The life of Jesus is at the heart of the Christian faith, and is one of the great works of Western literature. This book presents the story in a new form, more accessible than ever before. It weaves the four separate gospel accounts into one continuous story. And it presents the story in a new translation: traditional, but clear.

Here the reader can find the episodes laid out in an understandable narrative sequence. The nativity at Bethlehem is followed by the visit of the wise men. And for each scene the rich details are collected from all the gospel accounts, giving a complete picture of complex events like the Sermon on the Mount or Jesus' climactic encounter with Pilate.

The new language is clear as well. It is traditional scripture inconspicuously updated for modern readers, supplemented with contemporary language for difficult concepts, and using the grand and familiar language of the King James where appropriate. Low-key explanations fill in the details. Short footnotes explain the key concepts, and longer endnotes provide additional depth.

This book opens the gospels to everyone--Christians who want to better understand their faith, and general readers who want to rediscover a great work of literature.

Contributors-

Neil Averitt

Bio(s)-

Neil Averitt is a writer, editor, and distinguished authority on antitrust law, from a family that has produced many clergymen over the years. After a secular childhood, he rediscovered the possibilities of faith while visiting the monastic republic of Mount Athos. He then learned Greek, and applied his skills as an editor and lover of traditional language to bring to life this consolidated narrative of the gospels.

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