Harmony of the Gospel

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A Harmony of the Gospel is an edited and published work in which the accounts of Jesus in the Four Gospels have been combined and redacted into a single harmonious narrative, the most ancient and first one being the Diatessaron, so named from the Greek musical term meaning "out of four". The most notorious harmony in recent centuries was edited, redacted and published by Thomas Jefferson, in which he removed all accounts of the miracles, presenting Jesus as a kind of humanist philosopher.[1]

See also Harmony of the Gospel (Conservative Version).

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