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An Harmony of the Gospels - In which the original text appears in Greek
by William Newcome D.D.
Dublin 1778
What is a gospel harmony you wonder? Well it is the attempt to weave the Four gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, into one continuous account. This is accomplished by chronologically placing all the events found in the 4 gospels into a single narrative leaving out all duplications in the process. The first attempt at this was made in the year 175 A.D. by a man named Tatian.
The book before you by Neurome places the accounts in separate columns side by side. Using the original Greek text it allows for a translator or researcher to see his solution to the chronological problems found in the gospels. A word of fine scholarship.

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