While researching ‘The Clementine Gospel Tradition’ (TCGT), for Section 3, other interesting research regarding the Gospels came to light. These findings are consistent with the traditional understanding of the identity of the four who wrote the Gospels. They show how, when the fog from the theory of Markan priority is ignored, the Gospels become more ‘alive’ and can be seen as part of the history of those times.


I will also take the opportunity to share my personal opinion on a few debates.


Some of these opinions and new findings are open to further development, so I didn’t use them as evidence for the correctness of TCGT.


I have sometimes provided a reference such as [G 200] followed by a chapter number.

This refers to an item in Section 3 on this site.


Version: 5th September 2015