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SECTION VI.

ANALYSIS OF THE FOUR EVANGELISTS ; DIVIDED INTO PERIODS AND SECTIONS CORRESPONDING TO THE

SEVERAL STAGES OF THE GOSPEL HISTORY.*

PERIOD I.

FROM THE BIRTH OF CHRIST TO THE TEMPTATION.

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Section.

Scripture.

Place.
I. General Preface.

Mark i. 1.

Probably 44

written at

Jerusalem.
Luke i. 1–4.

Written in 64

Achaia.
II. The Divinity, Humanity, and Office of Christ. John i. 1—18. Written at

Ephesus.

Before

Vul. Era BEATRO III. Birth of John the Baptist.

Luke i. 5—25.

Temple at 6

Jerusalem.
IV. The Annunciation.

Luke i. 26-38.

Nazareth. 5
V. Interview between Mary and Elizabeth. Luke i. 39-56.

Hebron.
VI. The Birth and Naming of John the Baptist. Luke i. 57, to the end. Hebron.
VII. An Angel appears to Joseph.

Matt. i. 18—25.

Nazareth.
VIII. Birth of Christ at Bethlehem.

Luke ii. 1-7.

Bethlehem.
IX. The Genealogies of Christ.

Matt. i. 1.
Luke iii. 23, to the end.

Matt. i. 2—17.
x. The Angels appear to the Shepherds. Luke ü. 8–20.

Bethlehem.
XI. The Circumcision.

Luke ïi21.

Temple of

Jerusalem.
XII. The Purification-Presentation of Christ in Luke ii. 22—39. Temple of
the Temple, where he is acknowledged by

Jerusalem.
Simeon and Anna.
XIII. Offering of the Magi.

Matt. ii. 1–12. Bethlehem.

Jerusalem.

Bethlehem.
XIV. The Flight into Egypt.

Matt. ii. 13—15. Egypt.
XV. Slaughter of Children at Bethlehem. Matt. ii. 16–18. Bethlehem.
XVI. Joseph returns from Egypt.

Matt. ii. 19-23. Egypt.
Luke ii. 40.

Nazareth. 3 XVII. History of Christ at the age of twelve years. Luke ii

. 41–52. Jerusalem. 7 XVIII. Commencement of the Ministry of John the Matt. iii. 1–12. The WilderBaptist

Mark i. 2-8.

ness of Judea.

Luke üii. 1-18.
XIX. The Baptism of Christ

Matt. j. 13, to the end. Bethabara,
Mark i. 9—11.

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Luke iv. 1-13.

* This table is taken from Townsend's Arrangement of the New Testament, vol. ii. p. 741, &c.

PERIOD II.

FROM THE TEMPTATION OF CHRIST, TO THE COMMENCEMENT OF HIS MORE PUBLIC MINISTRY, AFTER THE

IMPRISONMENT OF JOHN.

Section,

Contents.

Scripture,

Place.

Vul. Era.

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1. Farther testimony of John the Baptist. John i. 19-34.

Bethabara.
II. Christ obtains his first Disciples from John. John i. 35—41.

Bethabara,

Road to Ga

lilee. III. Marriage at Cana in Galilee.

John ü. 1-11.

Cana in Ga

lilee.
IV. Christ goes down to Capernaum, and con- John ii. 12.

Capernaum.
tinues there some short time.
V. The Buyers and Sellers driven from the Temple. John ii. 13, to the end. Jerusalem.
VI. Conversation of Christ with Nicodemus. John iii. 1—21.

Jerusalem.
VII. John's last Testimony to Christ.

John iii. 22, to the end. Judea.
VIII. Imprisonment of John the Baptist.

Matt. xiv. 3-5,
Mark vi. 17-20.
Luke üïj. 19.

PERIOD III.

FROM THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE MORE PUBLIC MINISTRY OF CHRIST TO THE MISSION OF THE TWELVE APOSTLES,

27

1. General Introduction to the History of Christ's Matt. iv. 12–17. Judea.
more public Ministry.

Mark i. 14, 15.

Luke iv. 14, 15.
II. Christ's Conversation with the Woman of John iv. 1—42.

Samaria.
Samaria.
III. Second Miracle at Cana in Galilee.

John iv. 43, to the end. Cana in Ga

lilee.
IV. First public preaching of Christ in the Syna- Luke iv. 16–30. Nazareth.

gogue at Nazareth, and his Danger there.
V. Christ sojourns at Capernaum.

Luke iv. 31, 32.

Capernaum.
VI. The miraculous Draught of Fishes, and the Matt. iv. 18—22. Sea of Galilee.
calling of Andrew, Peter, James, and John. Mark i. 17–20.

Luke v. 1-11.
VII. The Demoniac healed at Capernaum. Mark i. 21-28. Capernaum.

Luke iv. 33–38.
VIII. Peter's Mother-in-law cured of a Fever. Matt. viii. 14, 15. Capernaum.

Mark i. 29–31.

Luke iv. 38, 39.
IX. Christ teaches, and performs Miracles and Matt. iv. 23—25; viii. Galilee.
cures throughout Galilee.

16, 17.
Mark i. 32–39.

Luke iv. 40, to the end.
X. Christ cures a Leper.

Matt. viii. 2-4.

Galilee.
Mark i. 40, to the end.

Luke v. 12-16.
XI. The Paralytic cured, and the power of Christ Matt. ix, 2—8. Capernaum.
to forgive Sins asserted.

Mark ii. 1-12.

Luke v, 17-26.
X11. The calling of Matthew.

Matt. ix. 9.

Capernaum.
Mark ï. 13, 14.

Luke v. 27, 28.
XIII. The infirm Man healed at the Pool of Bethesda. John v. 1–15.

Jerusalem.
XIV. Christ vindicates the Miracle, and asserts the John v. 16, to the end. Jerusalem.

Dignity of his Office.
XV. Christ defends his Disciples for plucking the Matt. xü. 1-8. In a Progress.
Ears of Corn on the Sabbath day.

Mark ü. 23-28.

Luke vi. 1–5.
XVI. Christ heals the withered Hand.

Matt. xii. 9–14. In a Progress.
Mark iii. 1-6.

Luke vi. 6-11.
XVII. Christ is followed by great Multitudes, whose Matt. xii. 5—21.
Discases he heals.

Mark iii. 7-12.

Section.

Contents.

Scripture.

Place.

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XVIII. Preparation for the Sermon on the Mount- Mark iii. 13–19. Galilee.
Election of the Twelve Apostles.

Luke vi. 12—19.
XIX. The Sermon on the Mount.

Matt. v.,vi., vii., and viii. 1. Galilee.

Luke vi. 20, to the end.
XX. The Centurion's Servant healed.

Matt. vii. 5–13. Capernaum.

Luke vii. 1-10.
XXI. The Widow of Nain's Son is raised to Life. Luke vii. 11–18. Nain.
XXII. Message from John, who was still in prison, Matt. xi. 2–6. On a Tour.
to Christ.

Luke vii. 18—23.
XXIII. Christ's testimony concerning John. Matt. xi. 7–15.

Luke vii. 24-30. XXIV. Christ reproaches the Jews for their Impeni- Matt. xi. 16—27. tence and Insensibility.

Luke vii. 31-35. XXV. Christ invites all to come to him.

Matt. xi. 25, to the end.
XXVI. Christ forgives the Sins of a female Penitent, Luke vii. 36, to the end.

at the house of a Pharisee.
XXVII. Christ preaches again throughout Galilee. Luke viii. 1-3.
XXVIII. Christ cures a Demoniac-Conduct of the Matt. xii. 12—45. Capernaum.
Scribes and Pharisees.

Mark iii. 19-30.

Luke xi. 1426. XXIX. Christ declares his faithful Disciples to be Matt. xii. 46, to the end. his real Kindred.

Mark ü. 31, to the end.

Luke viii, 19–21. XXX. Parable of the Sower.

Matt. xii. 1—9.

Sea of Galilee.
Mark iv. 1—9.

Luke viii. 4-8.
XXXI. Reasons for Teaching by Parables.

Matt. xiii. 10–17.
Mark iv. 10-12.

Luke viii. 9, 10,
XXXII. Explanation of the Parable of the Sower. Matt. xiii. 18-23.

Mark iv. 13—23.
Luke viii., part of ver. 9,

and xi. 15. XXXIII. Christ directs his Hearers to practise what Mark iv. 24, 25. they hear.

Luke viïi. 18. XXXIV. Various Parables descriptive of Christ's Matt. xiii. 24–53. Kingdom.

Mark iv. 26–34. XXXV. Christ crosses the Sea of Galilee, and calms Matt. viii. 18—27. the Tempest.

Mark iv. 36, to the end.

Luke viïi. 22–25.
XXXVI. Christ heals the Gadarene Demoniac. Matt. viii. 28, to the end. Gadara.

Mark v. 1—20.

Luke viji. 26–39. ;
XXXVII. Christ dines with Matthew.

Matt. ix. 10–17. Capernaum.
Mark ii. 15–22.

Luke v. 29, to the end.
XXXVIII. Jairus's Daughter is healed, and the infirm Matt. ix. 1, and xviii. 26.
Woman.

Mark v. 21, to the end.

Luke viï. 40, to the end.
XXXIX. Christ restores two blind Men to Sight.

Matt. ix. 27–31. On a Tour.
XL. Christ casts out a dumb Spirit.

Matt. ix. 32–34.
XLI. Christ returns to Nazareth, and is again ill- Matt. xiii. 54–58. Nazareth.
treated there.

Mark vi. 1, to part of

ver. 6. XLII. Christ preaches again throughout Galilee.

Matt. ix. 35–38. Galilee.
Mark vi. part of ver. 6.

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PERIOD IV.

FROM THE MISSION OF THE TWELVE APOSTLES TO THE MISSION OF THE SEVENTY.

Section,

Contents,

Scripture.

Place.

Vul. Era.

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I. Christ's Commission to the Twelve Apostles. Matt. x. and xi. On a Progress,

Mark vi. 7-13.

probably in Luke ix. 1-6.

Galilee. II. Death of John the Baptist-Herod desires to Matt. xiv. 1-12. see Christ.

Mark vi. 14-29.

Luke ix. 7-9. III. The Twelve return, and Jesus retires with Matt. xiv. 13, 14. Desert of them to the Desert of Bethsaida.

Mark vi. 30-34.

Bethsaida.
Luke ix. 10, 11.

John vi, 12.
IV. Five thousand are fed miraculously.

Matt. xiv. 15-21.

On the way to
Mark vi. 35-44.

Jerusalem.
Luke ix. 12-17.

John vi. 3-14.
V. Christ sends the Multitude away, and prays Matt. xiv. 22, 23. Probably near
alone.

Mark vi. 45, 46.

Jerusalem.

John vi. 15. VI. Christ walks on the Sea to his Disciples, who Matt. xiv. 24-33. Galilee. are overtaken by a Storm.

Mark vi. 47-53.

John vi. 16-21. VII. Christ heals many people.

Matt. xiv. 34-36.

Mark vi. 53-56.
VIII. Christ teaches in the Synagogue of Caper- John vi. 22, to the end. Capernaum.

vii. 1.
IX. Christ converses with the Scribes and Phari-Matt. xv. 1-20.
sees on the Jewish Traditions.

Mark vii. 1-23. X. Christ heals the Daughter of the Canaanite, Matt. xv. 21-28. Tyre. ? or Syrophænician Woman.

Mark vii. 24-30.
XI. Christ goes through Decapolis, healing and Matt. xv. 29-31. Decapolis.
teaching

Mark vii. 31, to the end.
XII. Four thousand Men are fed miraculously. Matt. xv. 32, to the end. On a mourt by

Mark viii. 1-9.

the Sea of

Galilee. XIII. The Pharisees require other Signs-Christ Matt. xvi. 1-12. Magdala. charges them with Hypocrisy.

Mark viii. 11, and part

of 22. XIV. Christ heals a blind man at Bethsaida. Mark viii. 22-26.

Bethsaida.
XV. Peter confesses Christ to be the Messiah. Matt. xvi. 13-20.

Cesarea-Phi-
Mark viii. 27-30.

lippi.

Luke ix. 18-21.
XVI. Christ astonishes the Disciples, by declaring Matt. xvi. 21-23. Galilee.

the Necessity of his Death and Resurrec- Mark viii. 31, to the end.
tion.

ix. 1.

Luke ix. 22-27.
XVII. The Transfiguration of Christ.

Matt. xvii. 1-13.
Mark ix. 2-13.

Luke ix. 28-36.
XVIII. The Deaf and Dumb Spirit cast out. Matt. xvii. 14-21.

Mark ix. 14-29.

Luke ix. 37-42. XIX. Christ again foretels his Death and Resurrec- Matt. xvii. 22-28. tion.

Mark ix. 30-33.

Luke ix. 43-46. XX. Christ works a Miracle, to pay the Half- Matt. xvii. 24-27. Capernaum. shekel for the Temple Service.

Matt. xvii. 1, to the end. XXI. The Disciples contend for superiority. Mark ix. 33, to the end.

Luke ix. 47-50.

PERIOD V.

FROM THE MISSION OF THE SEVENTY DISCIPLES, TO THE TRIUMPHAL ENTRY OF CHRIST INTO JERUSALEM, SIX

DAYS BEFORE THE CRUCIFIXION,

Section,

Contents,

Scripture.

Place.

Vul Era.

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I. The Mission of the Seventy.

Luke x. 1-16.

Galilee.
II. Christ goes up to the feast of Tabernacles. Matt. xix. 1.

Jerusalem.
Mark x. 1.

John viji. 2-10.
III. Agitation of the public mind at Jerusalem, John vii. 11, to the end.
concerning Christ.

viii. 1.
IV. Conduct of Christ to the Adulteress and her John viii. 2-11.

Accusers.
V. Christ declares himself to be the Son of God. John vii. 12-20,
VI. Christ declares the Manner of his Death. John viii. 21, to the end. [lem.
VII. The Seventy return with Joy.

Luke x. 17-24.

Near Jerusa-
VIII. Christ directs the Lawyer how he may attain Luke x. 25-28. On a Tour.

eternal Life.
IX. The Parable of the good Samaritan.

Luke x. 29-37.
X. Christ in the house of Martha.

Luke x. 38, to the end.
XI. Christ teaches his Disciples to pray.

Luke xi. 1-13.
XII. Christ reproves the Pharisees and Lawyers. Luke xi. 37, to the end.
XIII. Christ cautions his Disciples against Hypo- Luke xii. 1-12.

crisy.
XIV. Christ refuses to act as a Judge.

Luke xii. 13, 14. XV. Christ cautions the Multitude against World- Luke xii. 15-34.

ly-mindedness. XVI. Christ exhorts to Watchfulness, Fidelity, and Luke xii. 35, to the end, Repentance.

and xiii. 1-9. XVII. Christ cures an infirm Woman in the Syna-Luke xiii. 10-17.

gogue. XVIII. Christ begins his Journey towards Jerusalem, Luke iii. 22, and xviii. 21.

to be present at the Feast of the Dedication.
XIX. Christ restores to Sight a Blind Man, who is John ix. i. 34.

Jerusalem.
summoned before the Sanhedrin.
XX. Christ declares that he is the true Shepherd. John ix. 35, to the end,
XXI. Christ publicly asserts his Divinity.

John x. 22-38.
XXII. In consequence of the opposition of the Jews, John x. 39, to the end.

Christ retires beyond Jordan.
XXIII. Christ, leaving the City, laments over Jeru- Luke xiii. 23, to the end. Near Jerusa-
salem.

lem. XXIV. Christ dines with a Pharisee-Parable of the Luke xiv. 1-24.

great Supper. XXV. Christ's Disciples must forsake the World. Luke xiv, 25, to the end. On a Tour. XXVI. Parables of the lost Sheep, and of the lost Luke xv. 1-10.

piece of Silver. XXVII. Parable of the Prodigal Son.

Luke xv. 11, to the end. XXVIII. Parable of the unjust Steward.

Luke xvi. 1-13. XXIX. Christ reproves the Pharisees.

Luke xvi. 14-17. XXX. Christ answers the Question concerning Mar- Matt. xix. 3-12. riage and Divorce.

Mark x. 2-12.

Luke xvi. 18. XXXI. Christ receives and blesses little Children. Matt. xix. 3-15.

Mark x. 13-17.

Luke xviii. 15-17.
XXXII. Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus. Luke xvi. 19, to the end.
XXXIII. On Forgiveness of Injuries.

Luke xvii, 1-10.
XXXIV. Christ journies towards Jerusalem. Luke ix. 51, to the end. On a Tour.

xvii. 11. XXXV. Christ heals ten Lepers.

Luke xvii. 12-1
XXXVI. Christ declares the lowliness of his Kingdom, Luke xvii. 20,"to the end.

and the sudden Destruction of Jerusalem.
XXXVII. Christ teacheth the true Nature of Prayer. Luke xviii. 1-8.
XXXVIII. Parable of the Pharisee and Publican. Luke xviii. 9-14.
XXXIX. From the Conduct of the young Ruler, Christ Matt. xix. 16, to the end.

cautions his disciples on the Dangers of Mark x. 17-31.
Wealth.

Luke xviii. 18-30.
XL. Porable of the Labourers in the Vineyard. Matt. xx. 1, 16.

x. 1-21.

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