The four Gospels in the New Testament of the Bible (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) are considered the primary texts for the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. However, each Gospel has its own unique perspective and focus:
Matthew emphasizes Jesus’ teachings and fulfillment of Old Testament prophecies.
Mark presents Jesus as a servant and portrays his miracles and actions more than his teachings.
Luke emphasizes the compassion of Jesus and includes many stories of healings and the outcasts of society.
John focuses on the divinity of Jesus and includes extended teachings and miracles that emphasize this aspect.
Overall, while each Gospel contains much of the same content, they present unique perspectives on the life and teachings of Jesus, providing a diverse and well-rounded view of who he was and what he accomplished.
The New Testament isn’t the Hebrew Bible.