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The Christian Scriptures (New Testament)

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Gospels covered in this section include both the 4 Gospels which form part of the New Testament canon, and a number of other gospels that which were widely accepted by the early Christian movement but which were never accepted into the the official canon of Christian Scriptures (New Testament).

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bulletIntroduction,  The Synoptic Problem.
 
bulletThe Gospel of Q. The Gospel of Mark.*
 
bulletThe Gospels of Matthew,* Luke,* and John.*
 
bulletThe Gospel of Thomas
 
bulletThe Gospels of Mary and Judas. The infancy gospels of Thomas & James

* These gospels are found in the Bible. The four are listed above in their probable chronological order. The Gospel of Q does not appear intact in the Bible; Matthew and Luke both contain passages from Q.

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bulletDifferences between the Gospel of John and the Synoptic Gospels
 
bulletParallels between the Gospels and Pagan mythology

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