THE MERGED GOSPELS
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The Merged Gospels is the only book in history to translate the Gospels from the original Greek text, separate them into four columns, and merged them together into one chronological story, removing only the duplicated content.
The Merged Gospels took seven years to write, including seven trips to Israel, where we literally retraced the steps of Jesus through all 94 geographic sites referred to in the Gospels. Unlike typical Gospel harmonies, which only compare blocks of texts, The Merged Gospels breaks all four Gospels down word-by-word. Not one word of Scripture has been removed, and all difference between the Gospels have been highlighted.
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The Merged Gospels – Audio Book is a dramatic recitation read by its author and translator, Dr. Gary Crossland. This is the complete story of Jesus in chronological order. By listening to the Gospels in merged format, you will follow every footsteps of Christ through the events in His life. It's available on on either seven CDs or downloadable .mp3 files.
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