I was excited when we launched Gospel Harmonies a few years ago. The ability to view all four Gospels at the same time made comparing and contrasting the narratives a breeze. Now, I’m even more excited to introduce Strong’s Tagged Harmony of the Gospels.
These new titles display the four Gospels side-by-side like our other harmonies. But, we’ve also added the power of our Strong’s tagging, that appears in a convenient pop-up window. This lets you do original language study of the Greek text of all four Gospel texts at the same time.
Let me show you how it works.
Navigate to a passage in one of the Gospels. For this example, I’m in Matthew 27:2.
As you can see, I’m able to read about Jesus before Pilate in all four gospels. Here’s Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. This allows me to see how each Gospel writer recorded this event.
PLUS: STRONG’S TAGGING
This is how the Strong’s Tagged Gospel Harmony can take your Bible study to the next level.
Tap on any highlighted word and you’ll get a pop-up window.
In that pop-up, you’ll get the Greek word and a definition. But that’s not all! You’ll also get the ability to search for this word through the Gospels.
Just tap “search” and you’ll instantly see the results.
Or, you can tap “lookup” to see more dictionary entries from your library.
And then tap the dictionary of your choice to read an article for this word.
MORE TO COME
We’re releasing these as they are ready and hope to continue to expand the number of translations available. As an added bonus, if you’ve previously purchased a qualifying item, you can get special upgrade pricing on our website. Check out the full list of all Harmony of the Gospels here. Let us know what you think about this new resource in the comments!