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The Messages of Jesus According to the Synoptists
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The Messages of Jesus According to the Synoptists

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Charles Scribner’s Sons 1901

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Overview

The Messages of Jesus According to the Synoptists contains the discourses of Jesus in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke arranged in chronological order and freely rendered in paraphrase. The material of the teachings of Jesus are arranged systematically by the following chapters:

  • Incidents Introductory to the Gospel Message
  • The Work of John the Baptist
  • the Introduction of Jesus to His Messianic Activity
  • The Public Ministry of Jesus
  • The Passion of Our Lord
  • The Resurrection of the Christ
  • Appendix

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Praise for the Print Edition

The volume of Professor Hall’s is one of the most important of these valuable series of books. Professor Hall’s paraphrase is sometimes very happy, and the book will be read with a new appreciation of the teaching of Jesus. His interpretations of the parables are especially to be commended. The references to literature are frequent, and on the whole catholic.

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Product Details

  • Title: The Messages of Jesus According to the Synoptists
  • Author: Thomas Cuming Hall
  • Publisher: Charles Scribner’s Sons
  • Publication Date: 1901
  • Pages: 244

About Thomas C. Hall

Thomas Cuming Hall (1858–1936) graduated from Princeton University in 1879 and from Union Theological Seminary in 1882, and he was named professor of Christian ethics at Union Seminary in 1898. His works include The Power of an Endless Life, Social Solutions in the Light of Christian Ethics, and The History of Ethics within Organized Christianity.

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