Jesus and the Gospels

Speaker(s): F. F. Bruce
Date: 1976
Length: 19:04:22
Product ID: RGDL0603S

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Professor Bruce considers the setting and interrelation of the four Gospels, the intention of the Evangelists and the nature of their witness to Jesus. He also discusses the effect of various aspects of Jesus ministry on life and thought today. Lectures include:

  • The Gospel Before the Gospels
  • Why Four Gospels?
  • Mark's Witness to Jesus
  • Mark: Date and Purpose
  • The Synoptic Question
  • The Gospel of Luke Part I
  • The Gospel of Luke Part II
  • The Gospel of Matthew Part I
  • The Gospel of Matthew Part II
  • Tradition and Redaction
  • The Gospel of John Part I
  • The Gospel of John Part II
  • Jesus and the Kingdom of God
  • Jesus and the Kingdoms of the World
  • The Eternal Gospel

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F. F. Bruce was Rylands Professor of Biblical Criticism and Exegesis at the University of Manchester. He authored numerous commentaries and was general editor of the New International Commentary of the New Testament from 1962 until his death in 1990. His books include Paul: Apostle of the Heart Set Free and New Testament History.

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