The Case for Christ Setting & Symbolism

Lee Strobel
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Q

The Q stands for the German word Quelle which means "source" and is a hypothesis that at one time there was a collection of Jesus' sayings and teachings created as a separate document.

Synoptic Gospels

Matthew, Mark and Luke are known as the synoptic gospels because they follow a similar outline and their content is related.

Uncial Manuscripts

Greek manuscripts written in all capital letters, the most important of which are the Codex Sinaiticus. This is the only complete manuscript of the New Testament written in uncial letters.

Pseudepigraphia

The proliferation of gospels, epistles, and apocalypses in the first few centuries after Jesus lived on earth. These include: The Gospel of Nicodemus, Gospel of Barnabus, Gospel of Bartholomew, Gospel of Andrew, the Epistle of Paul to the Laodiceans, the Apocalypse of Stephen and other works of antiquity.

The Antiquities

A collection written by the noted ancient historian...

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