Mt 27:37 Mr 15:26 Lu 23:38
* And the.
The apparent discrepancy between the accounts of this title
given by the Evangelists, which has been urged as an objection
against their inspiration and veracity, has been most
satisfactorily accounted for by Dr. Townson; who supposes
that, as it was written in Hebrew, Greek, and Latin, it might
have slightly varied in each language; and that, as Luke and
John wrote for the Gentiles, they would prefer the Greek
inscription, that Matthew, addressing the Jews, would use the
Hebrew, and that Mark, writing to the Romans, would naturally
give the Latin.
3,12 1:45,46,49 18:33 Ac 3:6 26:9