Bible/King James/Two-source Hypothesis

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The Two-source hypothesis (or 2SH) is an explanation for the synoptic problem, the pattern of similarities and differences between the three Synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark, and Luke). It posits that the Gospel of Matthew and the Gospel of Luke were based on the Gospel of Mark and a hypothetical sayings collection from the Christian Oral Tradition called Q.

This project will be similar to Bible/King James/According to the documentary hypothesis in that it will show the text of the Synoptic Gospels with different colors text for the verses that are unique to each Synoptic, shard by each synoptic, ect. There will also be a three column chart that will compare the verses from the Gospels.

The Synoptic Gospels side-by side comparison[edit | edit source]

1. Jesus' Early Life and Ministry 100%

2. The Sermon on the Mount/The Sermon on the Plain 100%

3. Jesus' Further Ministry in Galilee 100%

4. The Way to the Cross 50%

The individual Synoptic Gospels[edit | edit source]

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