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synoptist

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NounEdit

synoptist (plural synoptists)

  1. Any of the authors of the three synoptic gospels, which give a history of Jesus Christ's life and ministry, in distinction from the writer of John's Gospel, which gives a fuller record of Christ's teachings.

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