File Name: 2020 Holy Gospels in One
File Submitter: Dellerba
File Submitted: 20 Jan 2018
File Category: Reference Books (topx)Author: A R Dellerba
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Holy Gospels in One is a word for word English translation of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John into a single chronological narrative.
HOW IT WORKS
The unique colour coding enables cross referencing of each word or phrase from Matthew (Blue font), Mark (Green font), Luke (Red font) and John (Purple font). If there is a common sentence in the Gospels then that sentence which is most complete is used. If another Gospel has a word or phrase which is unique, then that word or phrase is added to that sentence: For example, Luke 23:25b; John 19:16; Matthew 27:31; and Mark 15:20 describes the same event:
Holy Gospels in One narrative reads: Now therefore then he (Pilate) delivered Him, Jesus, unto them, to their will in order to be crucified. Now they having taken Jesus and led Him away. And when, after they had mocked Him, they having stripped Him of the scarlet military robe and the purple garment and clothed Him with His garments and led Him away to crucify, in order for them to crucify Him.
The Greek Source Text that was used for the Holy Gospels in One narrative is the Stephanus AD 1550 Received Text. However, specific attention was made to textual translation accuracy by comparing the translation to the King James Version AD 1769 while cross referencing the below sources:
- Translations based on Greek Byzantine and Received Texts: Tyndale, Sir J Green’s Greek Interlinear.
- Translation based on the Peshito Aramaic Text: James Murdock.
- Translations based on the Peshitta Aramaic Text: Interlinear Younan Translation and Interlinear George Lamsa.
- Translation based on the Latin Vulgate by Jerome: Wycliffe.
- For Tenses and plurality, Robinson’s Morphological Analysis Codes of Stephanus AD 1550 – with variants of Scrivener AD 1894 Received Text was used.
- Definitions: Strong’s Aramaic & Greek lexicons, the Complete Word Study Dictionary and Thayer’s Greek definitions.
- Locations: 1st Century Maps and Charts were uniquely compiled. Locations were validated using first four centuries writers (incl. Flavius Josephus) and the latest archaeological discoveries were used to determine the most probable location.