Robert Lindsey’s Theory of How the Synoptic Gospels Came into Being

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The purpose of this video is to describe Robert Lindsey's theory of how the Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke came into being and how they are related to one another.

Revised: 13-April-2016

The purpose of this video is to describe Robert Lindsey’s theory of how the Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke came into being and how they are related to one another. The video does not present arguments attempting to prove the veracity of Lindsey’s hypothesis, but it does provide a schematic overview of Lindsey’s theory.

This video is the first part in a series. To see the second video, “What Robert Lindsey’s Theory Explains,” click here.

To learn more about Lindsey’s hypothesis, see the following Jerusalem Perspective articles:

Special thanks to Daniel Cloutier for allowing us to use the “Jaffa Gate Rag” on the video recording. Learn more about Dan’s music at www.dancloutier.com.

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