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Friday, February 01, 2013

What the four Gospels have in common, and what they don't have in common

Weekend Fisher has produced a fine chart, showing how the four gospels differ in emphasis, and what they have in common, using word analysis. For example, the four words used most commonly in all the gospels include "Jesus" and "God." John uses "world" and "believe" more often than any of the other gospels. In previous posts, she explained her methods, and gave further information. The chart in her post is a link to a larger version of the chart.

For the mathematically literate, her chart is a Venn diagram.

Thanks for reading. You should find her chart to be interesting and easy to understand.


Weekend Fisher said...

Thank you for the link, & the encouragement.

Take care & God bless
Anne / WF

Martin LaBar said...

You are most welcome. Keep up the good work.