Jesus, His Mother and Brothers: A Test Case for Lindsey’s Hypothesis

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How does Lindsey's solution to the Synoptic Problem measure up when applied to the story of "Jesus, His Mother and Brothers"? Watch this video to find out.

The video below compares the three versions of the story about the visit the mother and brothers of Jesus paid him as told in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke in order to identify evidence of one Gospel-writer’s use of the writing(s) of the other(s).

For a detailed analysis of the pericope discussed in this video, see the Life of Yeshua segment entitled Yeshua, His Mother and Brothers.

The two earlier videos in this series may be viewed below:




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  1. This video is clear even to those, like me, with very little Greek and wonderfully presents the authentic Jewish Jesus. Thank you so much for this encouraging and edifying teaching.

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