The Jesus Gospel in Living Color – How The Jesus Gospel© Was Composed
Above is a sample of The Jesus Gospel in Living Color© (JGILC), which is the prequel or Master research document to The Jesus Gospel©.
The JGILC is a blended color word-for-word chronological account of the four Gospels taken only from the King James Version (KJV) of the Bible. In this work, each and every word from each Gospel is displayed in a specified color and represented in such a way so the reader can determine:
- Where each word is placed in chronological order, according to the Author
- Where each word appears in the KJV of the Bible
- Which words (text) are common or duplicated from the four different Gospels
- Which words are represented as stricken text (See below for more information on the structure of the JGILC)
“The Jesus Gospel©” is the chronology without the colors, underlines, and other reading aids provided in the JGILC.
The placement of verses in the chronology is solely the author’s opinion and not indented to be represented as the only “true” chronology. It is not a doctrinal work and makes no attempt to change, add, or subtract any doctrine to standard accepted Christian beliefs. It does, however, provide greater depth and understanding to Jesus’ life and will challenge the reader in terms of some traditionally held understanding of the text, e.g., Peter’s denying Jesus six times, not three.
As can see above, there are a few verses in color that show how the four Gospels were blended. Here is the color scheme for each Gospel.
The color-coded verses above were then blended further, removing the colors and other reading aids and are represented in The Jesus Gospel© as shown below: