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Sep04 - WHAT are the “Synoptic” Gospels? WHEN were they written? WHO were they written FOR? (p4, class lesson)
Sep07 - WHERE did the writers get what they wrote? “GOSPELS” — why are they called that? (pp4,5, class lesson)
Sep11 - WHY were the Gospels written? Overview: Portraitures, NOT BIOGRAPHIES. (pp5,6, class lesson)
Sep14 - Overview: Portraitures, NOT BIOGRAPHIES - Percentage covering last week; where Gospels begin; three basic divisions; time period (pp6-8, class lesson)
Sep18 - Matthew - a Jewish Gospel (pp9-11, class lesson)
Sep21 - Matthew - Jewish Gospel; Mark - Roman Gospel (pp11-14, class lesson)
Sep25 - Mark - Roman Gospel; Is Luke the author of the Gospel of Luke? (pp14-16, class lesson)
Sep28 - Did Luke write his Gospel for Gentile readers? Luke - the “cosmopolitan” gospel. (pp17,18, class lesson)
Oct02 - Luke - “Gospel of womanhood”; Sections unique to each Gospel (pp18-20, class lesson)
The following five lessons are on various topics by different men. The Synoptic Gospels lessons will continue after these.
Oct05 - Emotions - Frustration Neal McLeroy
Oct09 - Does it Really Matter? Craig Moore
Oct16 - Personal Evangelism Matt Ennen
Oct19 - More than Followers Jeff Bogs (no
The lessons on the Synoptic Gospels resume here.
Oct23 - Sections unique to each Gospel (pp20-21, class lesson)
Oct26 - Using the Synoptics to interpret one another (pp22-23, class lesson)
Oct30 - Using the Synoptics to interpret one another (pp22-23, class lesson)
Nov02 - Using the Synoptics to interpret one another, and to expand our knowledge of Christ (pp23-24, class lesson)
Nov09 - Using the Synoptics to expand our knowledge of Christ (pp24-25, class lesson)
Nov13 - Using
the Synoptics to expand our knowledge of Christ
(pp24-25, class lesson)
Nov16 - Jesus’
Birth and Early Years - Matthew and Luke (p26, class lesson)
Nov20 - The
Synoptics compared with John (pp27-29, class lesson)
Nov23 - Institution
of the Lord’s Supper (p30, class lesson)
Nov27 - The
Synoptic problem (pp31-33) and begin Review (p34)
Nov30 - Review (p34, class lesson)