This is the fourth installment in our series on undesigned coincidences in the gospels, based on a presentation by Dr. Tim McGrew. For an introduction to undesigned coincidences and this series, go here.
Herod’s Private Conversations
In this article, we’ll consider the undesigned coincidence in Matthew 14:1-2 and Luke 8:3.
Let’s start with Matthew 14:1-2, in which Herod Antipas, the Jewish king—and Roman puppet—was fretting about this man, Jesus: Continue reading