Three Gospels

Three Gospels

13 Episodes

The New Testament starts with the three Gospel books of Matthew, Mark and Luke. These three are known as the Synoptic Gospels. Gospel means “Good News”, and Synoptic refers to the fact that all three give an account of the same general events from the same point of view. The fourth book, John, is distinctly different from the three Synoptic Gospels, and includes much information not in the other three Gospels.

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Three Gospels
  • Three Gospels EP1 - Backdrop of the Gospels

    Episode 1

    Luke explains the New Testament writers did not include much context in their writings because their audiences already knew those things. He explains that modern readers can be more informed if they understand things such as trade routes, exported products, and transportation.

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  • Three Gospels EP2 - Gospel of Mark

    Episode 2

    Mark talks about how he came to write his Gospel. He quotes the first sermon of Jesus, and discusses the early ministry of Jesus. He explains how Jesus came into conflict with the Pharisees and Herod Antipas. He tells of the Greek woman and other events.

    Scripture References: Mark 1:14-15, Mark ...

  • Three Gospels EP3 - Gospel of Matthew

    Episode 3

    Paul explains how Matthew wrote his Gospel to a Jewish audience who would be familiar with Old Testament Scriptures and prophecies. He discusses several important passages in Matthew.

    Scripture References: Matthew 2:1-23, Matthew 3:1-6, Matthew 10:1-42

  • Three Gospels EP4 - Sermon on the Mount - Part One

    Episode 4

    Paul and Matthew talk of the Sermon on the Mount and quote its first half.

    Scripture References: Matthew 5:3-6:15

  • Three Gospels EP5 - Sermon on the Mount - Part Two

    Episode 5

    Paul and Matthew quote the second half of the Sermon on the Mount

    Scripture References: Matthew 6:16-7:27

  • Three Gospels EP6 - Gospel of John

    Episode 6

    Peter tells of his long relationship with John, and compares John's Gospel to the other Gospel accounts. Peter talks of the incredible writing of John in the first three chapters of his Gospel.

    Scripture References: John 1-3

  • Three Gospels EP7 - "I AM" Statements

    Episode 7

    John explains his aims in the writing of his Gospel, and explains the background of Jesus' "I Am" statements. He briefly discusses each of those seven statements.

    Scripture References: John 6:25-59, John 8:12-30, John 10:1-21, John 11:1-43, John 14-15

  • Three Gospels EP8 - Seven Miraculous Signs

    Episode 8

    Lazarus tells of seven miraculous signs of Jesus. Lazarus became the last of those signs when Jesus raised him from the dead.

    Scripture References: John 2:1-11, John 4:46-50, John 5:1-5, John 6:5-14, John 9:1-7, John 11:11-45

  • Three Gospels EP9 - Vine, Branches, Fruit and Leaves

    Episode 9

    Philip tells of the Last Supper, and gives his take on the famous parable of the Vine and Branches.

    Scripture References: John 13-15

  • Three Gospels EP10 - The Last Day

    Episode 10

    Joseph of Arimathea tells his view of the last day of the life of Jesus, and how he obtained the body and buried it.

    Scripture References: Matthew 26-27, Mark 14-15, John 18-19

  • Three Gospels EP11 - Resurrection

    Episode 11

    Mary Magdalene tells of her experiences at the crucifixion and burial of Jesus. She explains why she was at the tomb after Jesus had risen.

    Scripture References: Matthew 28:1-8, Mark 16:1-8, John 20:1-10

  • Three Gospels EP12 - The Last Forty Days

    Episode 12

    Thomas explains how he came by the nickname, Doubting Thomas. He tells of the last forty days of Jesus' time on earth.

    Scripture References: Matthew 28, John 20-21

  • Three Gospels EP13 - The Most Thankful Angel

    Episode 13

    There are several times when an angel is involved with Jesus while he is on earth. This episode is a description of those times and acts as a brief summary of the life of Jesus.

    Scripture References: John 17-21