File Name: The Declaration of the Apostles
File Submitter: Novar
File Submitted: 07 Apr 2019
File Category: Reference Books (refx)Author: William Pinard
Suggest New Tag:: Gospel of Christ, Harmony, New Testament, Jesus Christ, Gospels, Parable of the Lord, Declaration, Apostles, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John
Unto Thee in Order Most Excellent Friend:
Module Content Summary
The Declaration of the Apostles according to WILLIAM &The Gospel of Christ according to WILLIAM include many resources for a comprehensive study of the Gospel including:
· The complete text of the Gospel accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John in a four-column parallel format ordered according as they are evidently set forth by the Apostles.
· The complete Gospel of Christ conflated into one chronologically dramatic narrative.
· A comprehensive table of conflation diagrams displaying the order in which the gospel accounts were conflated to restore the event into one dramatic narrative.
· A complete table of First Again events: An internal examination of the order of the Gospel accounts displaying graphically the correspondence between the gospel accounts and their inherent agreement.
· A complete chronicle of events with dates “set forth in order”. The law of that dating system is that the scripture cannot be broken. Furthermore, the dating system relies on a “multi-literal” understanding of scripture. (See Chronicle of Events in the module for details.)
· A Gregorian/Roman Calendar displaying dates from 6 BC - 4 BC including the final 50 days including feasts and holy convocations.
· A comprehensive summary of all events in the gospel cross-referenced with the gospel accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John in a four-column format and linked to the appropriate sections in the Declaration of the Apostles for ease of study.
A Stand-Alone PDF of this Module with many more tools as well as other documents is available free download at www.thechurchatwilliamscreek.com and www.thechurchattroutdale.com
The Declaration of the Apostles according to WILLIAM is a true and perfect harmony of the four gospel accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. The Declaration sets forth in order the dramatic events of who did what-where-when, establishing a perfect synoptic understanding of the four gospel accounts, without private interpretation or commentary. All scripture is taken from the Authorized King James Version of the Bible; and is ordered according as it is evidently set forth in each gospel account, with no scripture omitted and none used more than once; the order of the scripture being determined by the testimony of the scripture. The Declaration is an invaluable tool for the study of scripture. Dramatic consideration of time-distance-movement can be precisely determined; while literary considerations of issues, doctrines, and concepts can be charted throughout the gospel.
In reviewing this work you will discover the order of the scriptures to be significantly different from other works that endeavor to develop a chronological harmony of the four gospel accounts. The integral order of the scripture is determined according to the mutual correspondence and superimposition discovered between the testimonies of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John that seamlessly reconcile their accounts into one dramatic narrative titled the Gospel of Christ according to WILLIAM. The Gospel of Christ according to WILLIAM (1) establishes that the four canonical gospel accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John were written by apostolic eyewitnesses of Jesus and ministers of his gospel; (2) establishes the historicity of the four gospel accounts (3) establishes the inerrancy of holy scripture; (4) and establishes/reaffirms the faith of those of us who believe in the divine inspiration of the four gospel accounts.
This discovery of an inherent literary interdependence among the four gospel accounts in establishing a true chronology of the Gospel of Jesus Christ opens to all believers and unbelievers alike the hope for an intimate understanding and knowledge of our Lord's Life, Love, Faith, and passion for His Bride.
We commend this work to every man’s conscience in the fear of our God, with all goodwill and grace according to the will of God and our Father and Jesus Christ our Lord.
May His faith, hope, and love abound toward you always.
Module Creator's Comment
The “Declaration” referred to in Luke 1.1 is introduced by Luke as an effort taken in hand by “many” to set forth in order a “Declaration” of those things which were most surely believed among the saints. Luke goes on to describe “the many” as eyewitnesses and ministers of the word and that “ the many” delivered those things unto Luke’s fellowship, whom having followed after all those things from the very first would set forth in order a “Declaration”. This “Declaration” would then be the foundation from which Luke “made” the “Former Treatise” of all that Jesus began both to do and teach until the day in which he was taken up… restoring the literary Gospel of Jesus Christ embraced by the early church.
The evidence of the “Declaration” was discovered while studying the gospel accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. It was observed that when similar events recorded by the apostles were considered together they were found to be in perfect agreement. The more this phenomenon occurred, the more evident it became that the gospel accounts had a peculiar literary correspondence posited within their individual testimonies and when ordered together would form a perfect dramatic agreement among them. So after many years of tracing this apparent dramatic agreement, the “ Declaration of the Apostles” as it is called, was reconstructed, reconciling the four gospel accounts into one perfect synoptic harmony. Then following after the same precept demonstrated in the pattern of the “Declaration”, the four-column harmony was conflated into one inerrant testimony (the order of scripture cannot be broken), restoring the “Former Treatise” spoken of by Luke in Acts 1.1.
We commend this work to every man’s conscience in the fear of God with all goodwill and grace according to the will of God and our Father and Jesus Christ our Lord.
May His faith, hope, and love abound toward you always,
Bill & Rob