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THE plan of the present work is to unite the Four Gospels in one continued narrative, omitting only such passages as are obviously repetitions, but retaining every circumstance in the life of Christ, and every expression, however minute, which is recorded by any one of the four Evangelists. The arrangement followed has been generally that of Dr. White's Greek Diatessaron : the text and punctuation are strictly those of the authorized version. References are given in the margin on one side to the place from which each passage is taken ; and on the opposite side Dr. Blayney's references to the Old Testament, and to the Acts and Epistles, are collected from all the four Gospels. Various readings are given at the foot of the page from the most esteemed Paraphrases.
Oxford, October, 1837.
THE EVANGELICAL HISTORY BEFORE THE PUBLIC MINISTRY OF JESUS
CHRIST, CONTAINING THE SPACE OF THIRTY YEARS AND SIX
1 The preface of St. Luke to his whole Gospel.
2 The divinity, humanity, and office of Jesus Christ. 1
3 The conception of John the Baptist.
5 The prophecy of Elisabeth and of Mary concerning
6 The nativity and circumcision of John.
9 The genealogy of Christ from Abraham to Joseph. 8
10 The genealogy of Christ from Joseph upwards.
11 An angel appears to the shepherds.
12 The circumcision and presentation of Christ in the
13 Offering of the magi. Flight into Egypt. Slaughter
of the innocents. Return from Egypt.
15 The ministry of John the Baptist.
THE TRANSACTIONS OF ABOUT SIX MONTHS, FROM THE BAPTISM OF