3 Stars Out Of 5
Not a textually critical help
September 30, 2013
The layout of this book is NOT clear or straightforward - at least it is not so for what I was hoping to find in this book.
This book attempts to blend Matthew, Mark and Luke into a single harmonious account. The writer attempts to place all of the accounts in chronological order with each other. I suppose that's okay; but I was hoping to see parallels with Mark all together and the Q sayings in Matthew and Luke listed side-by-side.
Studying the Gospels in parallel in Mark's order is interesting. Then, following the Q stuff in Luke's order is also interesting but a bit more difficult. I was hoping this book would help. It doesn't.