While they may agree about the facts of Jesus' life, the authors of the four gospels have different interests and perspectives.
Matthew has a particular interest in Jewish concerns, Luke has a particular interest in Gentile concerns, etc.
But sometimes the differences between them come out in more personal ways.
Tuesday's gospel reading contains a particularly striking illustration of that.
Mark on Doctors
Tuesday's Gospel reading contains the passage from Mark 5 dealing with the woman with the flow of blood. You know, the one who is healed by sneaking up and touching Jesus' clothing.
In Mark's account of the event, we read:
And there was a woman who had had a flow of...READ MORE