Fullness of the Time: a Harmony of the Gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John by Jon J. Cardwell

Fullness of the Time: a Harmony of the Gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John

byJon J. Cardwell

Kobo ebook | August 25, 2016

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Just who is Jesus Christ anyway?

Is Jesus God?

Is the narrative from the four Gospels consistent?


...is a harmonious account of the incarnation of Jesus Christ: His birth, life, ministry, crucifixion, burial, resurrection and ascension, taken from the gospel accounts of Holy Scripture, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.

In twelve chapter divisions, this book spans the incarnation, crucifixion, resurrection and ascension of Christ. Two appendices are also included for additional and significant insights into Jesus Christ's crucifixion and resurrection.

Here is a brief survey of the chapter divisions:

1. The High Way
Opens with a brief survey of the perspectives emphasized by each of the gospel accounts.

2. Between the Testaments
Covers approximately the 400 years of prophetic silence in Israel, during the period between Malachi's last prophecy until the appearance of Gabriel to Zachariah.

3. The Eternal God
Presents the Biblical truths of Christ's deity and eternality, specifically recorded in the prologue of John's gospel account.

4. The Birth of God's Son
Presents consistent perspectives of Christ's birth from Matthew and Luke.

5. The Childhood of God's Son
Covering the period that tell of Christ's early years prior to His baptism and public ministry, specifically from Matthew and Luke.

6. The Ministry of God's Son
Covers the approximate 3 to 3-1/2 years of Christ's public ministry contained in all four gospel accounts.

7. The Prophetic Time of God's Son
Covers approximately the last twelve months of Christ public ministry prior to His triumphal entry into Jerusalem.

8. The Presentation of God's Son
Covers approximately the four days prior to the Lord's triumphal entry into Jerusalem and the four days following until His crucifixion.

9. The Betrayals of God's Son
Covers the betrayal of Christ by Judas Iscariot, Christ's arrest in Gethsemane, and His trials: two before two high priests, one before the Sanhedrin, two before Pontius Pilate, and one before Herod.

10. The Atoning Death of God's Son
Provides an approximate timeline for the events of Christ's crucifixion until His burial in the new tomb provided by God through Joseph of Arimathaea.

11. The Resurrection of God's Son
Provides a timeline from Christ's burial for three days and three nights until His bodily resurrection.

12. The Ascension of God's Son
Presents the reality of His ascension to the right hand of Majesty, with the promise of His return.

Two chapters are contained within our appendices:

a. The Propitiation through Faith
This is an exposition of Romans 3:23-27, which gives a few more insights into the eternal and infinite majesty of Christ's propitiating sacrifice by His atoning death.

b. The Sign of Jonah
This is an explanation of Christ's words from Matthew 12:38-41, which provides some insights into the belief that Christ was crucified on Wednesday and actually buried for three days and three nights.


Title:Fullness of the Time: a Harmony of the Gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke and JohnFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:August 25, 2016Publisher:Jon J. CardwellLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1536533211

ISBN - 13:9781536533217