Review: Four Portraits, One Jesus by Mark L. Strauss

If you’re like me, you’ve probably wondered a few times why there are four separate accounts of Jesus’ life in the Bible.

What do they each do differently? How are they similar? Why not just create a combined Gospel that covers all the material in one place? What about the so-called later Gospels that Gnostics and other groups claim are more accurate?

Mark L. Strauss deals with all of these questions (and many more as well) in his book Four Portraits, One Jesus. Check out this link to read my review of it:

https://eclalibraries.org/2020/05/20/four-portraits-one-jesus-a-survey-of-jesus-and-the-gospels/

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