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Christologies that can be gleaned from the three Synoptic Gospels generally emphasize the humanity of Jesus, his sayings, his parables, and his miracles.
The Last Supper appears in all three Synoptic Gospels: Matthew, Mark, and Luke ; and in the First Epistle to the Corinthians, while the last-named of these also indicates something of how early Christians celebrated what Paul the Apostle called the Lord's Supper.
Though the three Synoptic Gospels share a considerable amount of text, over 90 % of John's Gospel is unique to him.
He claims that the same cannot be claimed for any of the three Synoptic accounts.
Robinson says that all three Synoptic accounts explain the reluctance of the Temple authorities to arrest Jesus on the spot, as being due to their fear of popular support for John the Baptist.
The three Synoptic Gospels and the First Epistle to the Corinthians include the account of the institution of the Eucharist in which Jesus takes bread, breaks it and gives it to the disciples, saying: " This is my body which is given for you ".
The institution of the Lord's Supper is recorded in the three Synoptic Gospels and in Paul's first epistle to the Corinthians.
The earlier form reads Matthew's account on Sunday, Mark's on Tuesday, and Luke's on Wednesday, while the post-1969 form reads the Passion only on Palm Sunday ( with the three Synoptic Gospels arranged in a three-year cycle ) and on Good Friday, when it reads the Passion according to John, as also do earlier forms of the Roman Rite.
Bartholomew is listed among the Twelve Apostles of Christ in the three Synoptic gospels: Matthew, Mark, and Luke, and also appears as one of the witnesses of the Ascension ,; however each time he is named in the company of Philip.
Markan priority is the hypothesis that the Gospel of Mark was the first written of the three Synoptic Gospels, and that the two other synoptic evangelists, Matthew and Luke, used Mark's Gospel as one of their sources.
Although there are parallels with the three Synoptic Gospels, Peter does not use any of the material unique to Matthew or unique to Luke.
The Synoptic Gospels, similarly to the Epistle to the Galatians, recognize a core group of three disciples ( Peter, John and James ) having the same names as those given by Paul.
Simon of Cyrene ( שמעון " Hearkening ; listening ", Standard Hebrew Šimʿon, Tiberian Hebrew Šimʿôn ) was the man compelled by the Romans to carry the cross of Jesus as Jesus was taken to his crucifixion, according to all three Synoptic Gospels
Critics noticed that the three Synoptic Gospels, Matthew, Mark and Luke, were very similar, indeed, at times identical.
In modern biblical research the occurrences of Son of man in the Synoptic gospels are generally categorized into three groups: those that refer to his " coming " ( as an exaltation ), those that refer to " suffering " and those that refer to " now at work ", i. e. referring to the earthly life.
According to the three Synoptic Gospels, Jesus performed many exorcisms of demoniacs.
The proclamation is described in the three Synoptic Gospels: Matthew 16: 13-20, Mark 8: 27 – 30 and Luke 9: 18 – 20.
Although this narrative is included in the three Synoptic Gospels, the Gospel of John does not mention Simon of Cyrene but instead emphasizes the portion of the journey during which Jesus carried the cross himself.
This event is described in the three Synoptic Gospels:,,.
* Ein Lebensbild Jesu aus den drei ersten Evangelien: Deutsche Ubersetzung der synoptischen Grundschrift in ihrer Uberlieferung durch das Lukasevangelium ( Life of Jesus from the first three Gospels: German translation of the Synoptic base narrative as preserved in the Gospel of Luke, Leipzig: J. C. Hinrichs, 1912 )

three and Gospels
Pope Leo 13, on the 13th day of December 1898, granted the following indulgences: `` An indulgence of three hundred days is granted to all the Faithful who read the Holy Gospels at least a quarter of an hour.
His theological writings include three anonymously published religious romances-Philochristus ( 1891 ), where he tried to raise interest in Gospels reading, Onesimus ( 1882 ), and Silanus the Christian ( 1908 ).
The first three Gospels of the New Testament are mainly an account of Jesus ' public ministry in this province, particularly in the towns of Nazareth and Capernaum.
In addition to the Gospel readings at Matins and Vespers, there is a reading of all four Gospels which takes place during the Little Hours ( Third Hour, Sixth Hour and Ninth Hour ) on these first three days.
* Proclaiming and Hearing the Word: Usually two to three readings of Scripture, one of which is always from the Gospels, plus a psalm ( or portion thereof ) or canticle between the lessons.
Whatever it be that some modern critics want to deduce from those differences, the end result was the same for Jesus and Pilate, as it was in all the other three Gospels ( Matthew, Mark, Luke ).
Paterson Brown, for example, has argued forcefully that the three Coptic Gospels of Thomas, Philip and Truth are demonstrably not Gnostic writings, since all three explicitly affirm the basic reality and sanctity of incarnate life, which Gnosticism by definition considers illusory and evil: ' Are the Coptic Gospels Gnostic?
By comparison, the Alexandrian text-type is witnessed by nine surviving uncials earlier than the ninth century ( including the Codex Alexandrinus outside the Gospels ); and is also usually considered to be demonstrated in three earlier papyri.
They published their results in three reports: The Five Gospels ( 1993 ), The Acts of Jesus ( 1998 ), and The Gospel of Jesus ( 1999 ).
They accepted the four Gospels, fourteen Epistles of Paul, the three Epistles of John, James, Jude, and an Epistle to the Laodiceans, which they professed to have.
The Two-Source Hypothesis ( or 2SH ) is an explanation for the synoptic problem, the pattern of similarities and differences between the three Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke.
The first volume contained the first three Gospels, synoptically arranged ; the second, the Epistles and the book of Revelation.
Although only one sentence in three of the Gospels mentions Jesus's flogging, and it is unmentioned in the fourth, The Passion of the Christ devotes ten minutes to the portrayal of the flogging.

three and refer
ABC are the first three letters of the Latin alphabet, and they may refer to:
S. A. Hamed Hosseini ( an Australian sociologist and expert in global social movement studies ), argues that the term anti-globalization can be ideal-typically used only to refer to only one ideological vision he detects alongside three other visions ( the anti-globalist, the alter-globalist and the alter-globalization ).
After Ackermann's publication of his function ( which had three nonnegative integer arguments ), many authors modified it to suit various purposes, so that today " the Ackermann function " may refer to any of numerous variants of the original function.
However, the Taimanis, Ferozkohis, and Jamshidis are of Iranian origin, and refer to themselves as Tajik ; the majority of the Aimaqs in Afghanistan are of these latter three sub-groups.
In academic discussions of the distribution of Basque in Spain and France, it is customary to refer to three ancient provinces in France and four Spanish provinces.
" Many scholars argue that this collection originally consisted of three independent and anonymous prophecies, two of which were subsequently appended to the book of Zechariah ( as what scholars refer to as Deutero-Zechariah ) with the third becoming the book of Malachi.
In organic chemistry a carbonate can also refer to a functional group within a larger molecule that contains a carbon atom bound to three oxygen atoms, one of which is double bonded.
Ever since the shift to the three segment format, it has been a running joke to refer to the last segment as " the third half " of the program.
The three terms that Kraepelin used to refer to the end state of the disease were " Verblödung " ( deterioration ), Schwachsinn ( mental weakness ) or Defekt ( defect ).
In most present-day contexts however, in general the term Flanders is taken to refer to either the political, social, cultural, and linguistic community ( and the corresponding official institution, the Flemish Community ), or the geographical area, one of the three institutional regions in Belgium, namely the Flemish Region.
Although the word jackal has been historically used to refer to many small-to medium-sized species of the wolf genus of mammals, Canis, today it most properly and commonly refers to three species: the black-backed jackal and the side-striped jackal of sub-Saharan Africa, and the golden jackal of northern Africa and south-central Eurasia.
Some also began to use the phrase to refer to non-marital unions: a man interviewed in Mayhew's London Labour and the London Poor admitted: " I never had a wife, but I have had two or three broomstick matches, though they never turned out happy.
In the web development field, three-tier is often used to refer to websites, commonly electronic commerce websites, which are built using three tiers:
In practice, many countries ( such as the United States and the United Kingdom ) have identical flags for these three purposes ; national flag is sometimes used as a vexillological term to refer to such a three-purpose flag ( 23px ).
At first the Eastern Roman Emperor Michael II showed himself tolerant towards the image-worshippers, and their great champion, Theodore the Studite, wrote to him to exhort him " to unite us Church of Constantinople to the head of the Churches of God, Rome, and through it with the three Patriarchs " and to refer any doubtful points to the decision of Old Rome in accordance with ancient custom.
PHD, with variations in capitalization and punctuation, is a three letter acronym that may refer to:
Some sources refer to all three types of territorial jurisdiction as personal jurisdiction, since most actions against property ( in rem jurisdiction ) bear, in the end, upon the rights and obligations of persons.
However, it was also used as a general term to refer to all three branches collectively.
However, it was also used as a general term to refer to all three branches collectively.
Though the term today is used almost exclusively for ancient warships, modern historians also refer to medieval and early modern galleys with three banks of oars per side as triremes.
* In word processing and desktop publishing applications, WYSIWYG means that the display simulates the appearance and represents the effect of fonts and line breaks on the final pagination using a specific printer configuration, so that, for example, a citation on page 1 of a 500-page document can accurately refer to a reference three hundred pages later.
The ancient Greeks used one of three words to refer to the home location of the Spartans.
The names of the first three Æsir in Norse mythology, Vili, Vé and Odin all refer to spiritual or mental state, vili to conscious will or desire,to the sacred or numinous and óðr to the mantic or ecstatic.
The term " business " has at least three usages, depending on the scope — the singular usage to mean a particular organization ; the generalized usage to refer to a particular market sector, " the music business " and compound forms such as agribusiness ; and the broadest meaning, which encompasses all activity by the community of suppliers of goods and services.
Similar terms include disyllable ( and disyllabic ) for a word of two syllables ; trisyllable ( and trisyllabic ) for a word of three syllables ; and polysyllable ( and polysyllabic ), which may refer either to a word of more than three syllables or to any word of more than one syllable.

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