The Fifth Gospel: Joseph Smith Translation

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The Fifth Gospel: Joseph Smith Translation
by Larry Ward

Imagine having a text which details not only the personal history of the most important person of all time, but uses four different viewpoints to do so.

Bringing together all four of the Gospels, Larry Ward creates a chronological compilation of the four gospels from the sometimes disparate writings of Matthew, Mark, Luke, John and the inspired verses of the Joseph Smith Translation. More complete than the Diatessaron (written by Titian in the first century AD), The Fifth Gospel offers faithful readers a new glimpse into the old stories they believe they have already heard everything from. Along with combining verses, Ward includes a full dictionary, colored maps, concordance, and footnotes. These additions will aid readers in getting the full experience of the miraculous tale they are reading.

No matter where readers come from as they approach The Fifth Gospel, they are sure to all leave together on a path to truth and faith which cannot be denied.
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