synoptist


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synoptist

a Biblical scholar who arranges side-by-side excerpts from the first three Gospels to show their resemblances in event, chronology, and language. — synoptic, adj.
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While highlighting the differences between John and the Synoptics, he argues that "in Johannine Christology many concepts in the synoptists were adopted and further developed" (243).