Samuel Ridout wrote the work, The Four Gospels, examining their inter-relationship, the gospels themselves, the object of each Gospel, and parallel passages.
Contents of Ridout The Four Gospels
By Samuel Ridout
Table of Contents of the Four Gospels
Introductory — The Incarnation
Chapter 1 — The Relation of the Gospels to the other Scriptures
Chapter 2 — The Gospels Themselves: Preliminary Question
Chapter 3 — The Object of each Gospel
Chapter 4 — Parallel Passages
Chapter 5 — The Relation of the Gospels to Each Other
Chapter 6 — Analysis of Each Gospel
Chapter 7 — The Parables and Miracles
Chapter 8 — Doctrinal Teachings of the Four Gospels
Chapter 9 — Typical and Symbolic Representations of the Four Gospels
Chapter 10 — Literature on the Four Gospels
Samuel Ridout's father died when he was only one his father died, and at age 5 his mother and his grandfather undertook to raise the boy. Of this devoted and godly man, Mr. Ridout ever spoke in the highest terms of appreciation, and often mentioned how greatly he was indebted to him for training in the nurture and the admonition of the Lord. He determined to enter Princeton Seminary, where he graduated in 1880.
He had a long ministry of 40 years. He followed F. W. Grant in the Editorship of "Help and Food," and was associated with him in the work of the Numerical Bible. He also wrote Sunday School classes for the Sunday School Visitor. For nearly 30 years he compiled the Treasury of Truth Almanac and Counsellor, and in the work of the Bible Truth Depot his help and counsel were ever a source of inspiration and comfort.
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