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This front matter section of the book A Gospel Synopsis of the Greek Text of Matthew, Mark and Luke: A Comparison of Codex Bezae and Codex Vaticanus presents the table of contents, preface, abbreviations, introduction, and a list of works relevant to the book. The book provides an objective tool for New Testament study and research, and focuses on the Gospels, whether textual, exegetical, historical or theological. One of the striking and well-documented features of the Gospels is the amount and nature of the similarity between them, especially Matthew, Mark and Luke. In order to understand the relationship of the Gospels to one another, the similarities and differences in the Greek wording of parallel passages that occur in more than one Gospel is examined. The new Gospel Synopsis gives an insight into the subtle and nature of the variation between early New Testament manuscripts.

Keywords: Codex Bezae; Codex Vaticanus; Gospels; Greek text; Luke; Mark; Matthew; New Testament

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