How many gospels are there? One… Four… More? A new website hosted by Peter Williams, Simon Gathercole, and other Cambridge scholars looks at this question and other gospel-related subjects in their new website, 4Gospels.com. From the looks of it, this site will serve as an excellent resource for biblical scholars and Bible readers interested in understanding one gospel in four witnesses over against a plethora of other competitors. Here is how they describe their website:
Welcome to 4Gospels.com, a site run by scholars and postgraduate students based mainly in Cambridge, England, providing accessible information on the 4 Gospels in the New Testament as well as many other writings which are or have been called gospels.
More importantly, these young scholars are outspoken in their affirmation of the inspiration and authority of the biblical canon and will serve the church well with what they have written and what, Lord willing, they will write in years to come. When Via Emmaus gets an overhaul at the end of the summer, this site will definitely find a place in its recommended resources.
For an interesting and illimunating peek into the scholastic world of Williams and Gathercole, check out their 9Marks interview with Mark Dever (Nov. 2006).
Sola Deo Gloria, dss
(HT: Owen Strachan).
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Thanks for the HT about 4 Gospels.com. We are definitely climbing the google ladder. This is a good thing for all of those seekers who want clarity about the canonical gospels.
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