On Sunday we are starting a brand new series that will look at something both so utterly obvious and simple, but also controversial and challenging:
The gospels are different.
I know that’s so patently obvious to anyone who has read…well two of them. Mark is very different than John for example. And anyone who has ever read the gospels quickly notices differences and different perspectives. And some in the past have tried to “iron” out some of the differences. The problem is that the early church said that’s heresy.
We have 4 gospels told from different perspectives and we need all 4.
So come Sunday we are going to be introducing this series, and looking at the book of Matthew and asking this question: why are they different?
Because when we start to understand the different contexts, the different audiences, and the different questions the authors were trying to answer new insights leap off the page. So join us as we take a high level look at some of the most important 4 documents ever written.