The Gospel passion narratives

All the four historical canonical gospel stories have passion narratives with different perspectives within the four accounts.  These gospel stories are a mix of history, facts, and interpretations that represents the true experience of the early Christian followers of Jesus, the primitive Christian community.  The gospels contain history remembered, but this history includes an interpretation.  In a certain sense, this is prophecy historicized.  For the followers of Christ, the Jesus story is a true story that represents something that happened in our world.

 

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