"A Brief Instruction on What to Look For and Expect in the Gospels"

Monday, 16 Jul 2007

It is a common practice to number the Gospels and to name them by books and say that there are four Gospels. From this practice stems the fact that no one knows what St. Paul and St. Peter are saying in their epistles, and their teaching is regarded as an addition to the teaching of the Gospels, in a vein similar to that of Jerome's introduction. There is, besides, the still worse practice of regarding the Gospels and epistles as law books in which is supposed to be taught what we are to do and in which the ...

Partners and Subscribers Only

Login to access:

  • This Article
  • All Articles and Issues


Not a partner? Sign-up.

Or, become a magazine subscriber


Email Address
Forgot Password?
Signup for an account now