Christopher Burridge's Four Gospels One Jesus

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In general, Burridge 's book, “Four Gospels one Jesus? Was and excellent volume to have read, it was definitely an excellent introduction to the theology and literary style of the gospels. It is filled with an extraordinary simplicity as well as profound content. On another note, the lack of Greek syntax and a much contemporary approach was somewhat refreshing. Burridge avoids technical terminology and if a Greek term is used, he carefully explains it thoroughly. It was interesting but at the same time distracting the fact that it was with the faces of cherubim how Burridge identifies Jesus within the Gospels. Personally, this, and the mentions of several comments from C.S. Lewis and JR Tolkien may have been the weakest aspect of the book. In

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