The package presents the four canonic gospels in the Jewish perspective of the first century. The synoptic gospels — Mark, Matthew and Luke — written about 60 AD, are historical biographies of the life of Jesus, whereas the gospel of John is not synoptic, because it is a philosophical reflection of the life of Jesus. John wrote his gospel later in the century. The canonic gospels were written by students of Jesus and their followers within the lifetimes of the apostles and eyewitnesses to Jesus.
The book “The Case for Jesus” by Bryant Pitre is the main source of the package — a judicious synopsis of the book.
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