2 months ago #1
A few years ago, I set out to combine the Gospels into one narrative. Why? Because there are certain details that are included in some of the accounts that are omitted in others (i.e., the name of the blind beggar), and I was fearful of falling into the trap of remembering only part of what Jesus said/did during any event/sermon.

I was about 90% complete when I gave up the project, but now I'm thinking about starting again.

My question is this: If you were setting out to do this task, would you use Luke's Gospel as the backbone, chronologically? As far as I recall, he is the only one who sets out to write an "orderly" account, and thus it would make sense that I use him as the backbone.

What do you think?
"Man will not live off of bread alone, but by every word proceeding through the mouth of God." "You are not able to serve God and wealth.".