Reflections on the variations, or inconsistencies, which are found among the four Evangelists

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Reflec‍tions on the Variations, or Inconſiſtencies, which are found among the four Evangeliſts, in their different Accounts of the ſame Fac‍ts is an essay by Conyers Middleton; it was published posthumously in 1752 as a part of his Miscellaneous Works.[1]

The inconsistencies in the Gospels of the New Testament found by Middleton were later listed as 11 in number, by William Newcome.[2]


  1. ^ Chalmers' General Biographical Dictionary (1812) / M / Conyers Middleton [volume 22, page 131]
  2. ^ Edward Robinson, A Harmony of the Gospels in Greek in the general order of Le Clerc and Newcome, with Newcome's notes: Printed from the text with the various readings of Knapp (1834), p. xxiv note 1;

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