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The Gospels

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    0.  Noughth Week (1 hour)

  • Greetings, introduction, expectations and standards

    1. Read each gospel at least twice before class.

    2. Notes can be done while reading, after the first and second readings, or after both.

    3. I advise that at least one reading of each gospel be completed in one sitting.

    1.  The Gospel According to Mark


    2. The Gospel According to Matthew


    3.  The Gospel According to Luke


*Notebook due, Essay topic due, Project topic due

    4.  The Gospel According to John


Schedule and Materials

Ever tried studying the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John by themselves? This is a great way to take a look at these essential biblical texts alone, just as they are. 

The Gospels contain some of the hardest and most living-giving words in the entire Bible. Jesus' words are sometimes terrifying, sometimes infinitely comforting. Do you believe he is who he says he is? These pages will force you to decide.


Reading the Gospels without being coddled by Bible-study questions or pre-assumed interpretations is uncomfortable, but if you're willing to open yourself up to understand and be transformed, get ready for one wild, wonderful ride. It just might change your life!  

Length: 5 weeks

"Jesus said to her, 'I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live, and everyone who lives and believes in me shall never die. Do you believe this?'"

John 11:25-26 (ESV)

    5.  Conferencing

  • Creative project/engagement due

    1. For example: memorization, service, spiritual discipline, etc

  • Essay due 


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