Four Gospels, Bible Studies, Bible
Speaking of the Bible, the Prophet Joseph Smith declared, “He who reads it oftenest will like it best.”1 One of the challenges any teacher of the New Testament faces is being able to engender in his or her students a desire to read the Bible often enough that they will come to appreciate its rich doctrinal teachings and its powerful testimony of Jesus Christ. The four New Testament Gospels, in particular, are a treasure trove of information about his life, ministry, teachings, Atonement, and Resurrection, much of which is not available anywhere else in scripture. The purpose of this paper is to discuss
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Strathearn, Gaye, "Teaching the Four Gospels: Five Considerations" (2012). Faculty Publications. 3517.