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Monica Sheehan wrote:

Hi, guys —

  • Did the Apostles: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John write there own Gospels?


  { Did the Apostles: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John write there own Gospels? }

Eric replied:

Monica —

Only Matthew and John are Apostles. Mark and Luke are known as Evangelists, although so are Matthew and John in certain contexts.

It is pretty well established that Matthew, Luke, and John composed their own gospels. Mark is said to be a secretary for Peter, so while he did write the gospel, in the sense of penning it,
the contents may have been more from Peter's mind.


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