Compare And Contrast Jesus Christ And The Four Gospels

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Jesus Christ and the four Gospels are the most interesting, significant, and influential subjects discussed in the second half of this course. The birth, life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ changed the orthodox beliefs that were in place at the time. The new Messiah gave meaning as well as a guide to salvation for humans all around the world. The events of Jesus’ life, as well as his teachings, are translated into a book called “The New Testament”. The New Testament consists of the four Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Each of the Gospels is created from four different viewpoints on the ministry, life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The New Testament consists of four different accounts of Jesus; however three of them are very closely related. The Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke are considered “synoptic” due to their similarities regarding the story of Jesus. In contrast, the Gospel According to John distinguishes itself from the other three by narrowing his focus on to the son-ship of Jesus Christ to God. In addition, John wrote his Gospel, focusing on the cosmic worldview of Jesus Christ. These Gospels were created at a time when the focus, path, and understanding of Jesus Christ were still ambiguous. The Gospels of each have their differences, as well as their …show more content…
Furthermore, the Sermon on the Mount plays an immense role in his importance. The Sermon was a mission statement given by Jesus. He claimed that the Jewish religion was doing worshipping God improperly; he said that God expects far more of humanity than just to abide by a set of rules. One of Jesus’ lessons was to analyze people by their inner self, rather than what they show on the outside. Jesus wants people to be fully devoted to God inside and out and to partake in benevolent acts. In turn, God will grant you everlasting life in the Kingdom of

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