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A needed tool for the Bible Student Sep 10, 2005
I purchased this book while in Bible College back in 1974 and it has been a valuable addition to my personal library ever since. Like hammers, and saws are basic tools of a carpenter, so too is Robertson's Harmony of the Gospels a tool for the student of the Bible. Robertson is not the original author of this book; rather, he edited and revised an earlier work by Dr. John Broadus, adding his own notes and analysis. The only draw back I can see is that Robertson uses the Revised Version of the Bible. It's not a bad version, but the NIV is pretty much the Bible of choice now.
An Important Addition to Your Library Mar 31, 2000
This classic helps the reader of the Gospels to clarify what goes with what. It is indispensable in showing the myriads of details that will be missed by reading an account in only one of the Gospels. You will not be sorry you purchased this book.
A must for the complete view of the four Gospels. GET NOW! Apr 9, 1999
This is a classic that the beginning or accomplished Bible student will refer to often when looking for the chronology on the life of Christ as recorded in all four Gospels.