The Synopsis Of The Gospels In The Bible

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Grammar is important in all walks of life and especially when delivering a message to a group of people. Ministering to the people about God is a task if you are not equipped with the full amour of God. The discussion this week questions our ability to have a library of books as resources for ministry. A minister will benefit from having a library of books on hand to get a better understanding of the meanings of Greek words. Black suggest that, “Grammar involves study of the changes that individual words undergo as well as how words relate to each other when used together in sentences” (Black 48-49). Studying the Greek grammar will allow a person to better understand the use of words and symbols. The King James Version has a Greek translation …show more content…
In the New Testament details the life of Jesus Christ. Looking into the Synopsis of the Gospel each one of them gives its own account of the life of Jesus. The Greek English version of the Synopsis of the Four Gospels can really help a pastor deliver the word. Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John make up the Synopsis Gospels. Each one of them gives its own description of the life of Jesus Christ from the beginning until the end (Black 53). The interesting thing is that each Synopsis speak of Jesus in different terminology. In Matthew Jesus is known as the “Chosen One” and in Mark as the “beloved” (Black 53). Black gives four examples of how Jesus was addressed in all four gospels during the transfiguration. Luke refers to Jesus as “Master”, Mark calls him “Rabbi”, and Matthew calls him “Lord” (Black 54). The Septuagint by Alfred Rahlfs in the Greek and English translation translate the Old and New …show more content…
A variety of processors and software are available now that includes both Greek and Hebrew languages. The computer now include grammar software of Greek Concordance of the New Greek Testament. Black suggests that, “a computer is a tool that no preacher can afford to be without” (Black 62). The computer will enable preachers to have a clearer understanding of the Greek terminology. A software called CD Word comes in four English translations of the Old and New Testaments and the Apocrypha (Black 62). Nonetheless, the Holy Bible is available online in the NIV, RSV, and KJV versions. Linguist’s software is a common software of use for preachers to study the Greek New Testament. In other words, software and processors serves as a tool for understanding the Greek New Testament. The people in the ministry need to have as many resources available as possible. A pastor or minister can in no ways be correct without the use of a library of books and

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