Reading and Understanding the Four Gospels:
Who Jesus Is, What He Teaches, and the Beginning of Christianity.
-Dr Thomas B. Lane
Reading and Understanding the Four Gospels: Who Jesus Is, What He
Teaches, and the Beginning of Christianity is the second volume of
a three part series written for anyone who is interested in
acquiring basic knowledge and understanding of the Bible, the book
that is the foundation of Western and Middle Eastern civilizations.
The first volume is Reading and Understanding the Old Testament:
The Foundation of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The last volume
will be Reading and Understanding The Acts of the Apostles, the New
Testament Letters, and the Beginning of the Church.
This volume on the Gospels, like the others, uses scholarship in a
practical manner moving chapter by chapter through each Gospel
using the actual verses as it explains clearly the plain, basic
sense for people in ancient times and our time today. The readers
of this book will experience and get a complete sense of the
content and meaning of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, the four
Gospels that Christians call their inspired writings.
Like the first volume on the Old Testament the author integrates
the literary sense with the historical, religious, and theological
in an attempt to highlight the meaning of the Gospels for serious
Christians of all denominations.
This book is easy reading, extremely enlightening, and strongly
recommended for Christians as well as those who are interested in
knowing who Jesus is, what he teaches, and how Christianity began.
Dr Thomas Lane has taught Scripture and Theology for over thirty
years. He has taught at Penn State University-Altoona, Mt Aloysius
College, and St Francis (PA), Northeastern Christian College, and
at the high school level. His ecumenical spirit over a forty year
period has led him to work with the Christian Church (Disciples of
Christ), the United Church of Christ, and the Roman Catholic
Church. He has both the PhD and the DMin with specialties in
Biblical Studies abd Comparative Theology.
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