Views about the dating of all four Gospels vary greatly from about 60–70 AD until the end of the first century where it is believed the Gospel of John was last written.
The tables of Gospel parallels here are where necessary repeated to give a continuous series of references in canonical order for each of the four gospels.
The synoptic gospels often recount the same stories about Jesus, though sometimes with different and more or less detail, but mostly following the same sequence and to a large extent using the same words.
The question of the relationship between the three is called the synoptic problem.
Possible answers speculate either a direct relationship (one Evangelist possessed one of the gospels) or indirect (two Evangelists having access to a shared source).
Most Protestant and some Roman Catholic scholars agree that Matthew and Luke were written later than Mark, which they followed closely.
But the true ministry is outside the walls of the church," Aventer told Jubilee. But she absolutely knows [God], she loves Him and she connected to Tasha because she could see that Tasha is real.
A lot of times the people in the secular world, if you will, don't connect with us who call ourselves Christians because we think we're above everyone else.The synoptic problem concerns how this interrelation came to pass and what the nature of this interrelationship is.Any solution must account for the similarities and differences in content, order, and wording.Matthew then divided Mark into five portions and used them in order, separating them by other material.Luke divided the book only in two, nine chapters being inserted between.The term synoptic is derived from a combination of the Greek words συν (syn = together) and οψις (opsis = seeing) to indicate that the contents of these three Gospels can be viewed side-by-side, whether in a vertical parallel column synopsis, or a horizontal synoptic alignment.