The Gospels—Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John—are the first four books of the New Testament. They tell what happened to Jesus when He was on earth. The Gospels present Jesus healing people. Jesus did not do spiritual healings. All the healings of Jesus were of physical sickness and disease.
Jesus was also a teacher. Major teachings of Jesus are found in the Sermon on the Mount and the Sermon on the Plain. Jesus also used parables. The parables of Jesus are difficult to interpret.
Twelve disciples assisted Jesus. Other people also regularly followed Jesus as He traveled around Galilee.
Jesus drew large crowds of people and was hugely popular with the people. Jesus did not follow Judaism. The teachings of Jesus were different than Judaism. This led to conflict between Jesus and the Jewish leaders. Eventually, the Jewish leaders had Jesus killed. Jesus was crucified and died on the cross.
But Jesus rose from the grave. The resurrection of Jesus is the high point in all four Gospels.
This podcast examines the possible existence of what biblical scholars term the Q source. It examines what is known about the early life of Jesus, before His public ministry. It also talks about how much of what people say about Jesus and the Gospels in general is speculation.
The religion of Christianity is based on peoples’ interpretations of what Jesus did, and what happened to Jesus, when He was alive on earth as a human being.