It has been said that the greatest service anyone can render is to make more available the riches of grace found in Christ. Boettner’s Harmony of the Gospels makes more readily available the material found in the Gospels, and makes more interesting and rewarding the time spent in Bible study. Divided into 136 chapters and systematically arranged, A Harmony of the Gospels weaves together material from Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John to form one continuous narrative that includes everything in the Gospels. It is compiled in chronological order, and offers a compact and readable glimpse into the life and work of Jesus Christ.
- Title: A Harmony of the Gospels
- Author: Loraine Boettner
- Publisher: P&R
- Publication Date: 1933
- Pages: 132
About Loraine Boettner
Loraine Boettner was born in 1901 in Linden, Missouri. He studied agriculture at the University of Missouri, but graduated with a B.S. after transferring to Tarkio Presbyterian College. In 1925, Boettner began his studies at Princeton, where he was influenced by the writings of Charles Hodge. He graduated from Princeton Theological Seminary with a Th.B. in 1928 and a Th.M. in 1929. He later received an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree in 1933 and a Doctor of Literature degree in 1957. From 1935 to 1939, Boettner also worked at Christianity Today, and worked at the Library of Congress and for the Internal Revenue Service. He continued to write and publish theological works—his most popular The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination, based on his Th.M. thesis, and Roman Catholicism. He died on January 3, 1990.