761. The Holy Spirit and Peter in the Synoptic Gospels
The Synoptic Gospels are Matthew, Mark and Luke. All of them were written probably in the sixties of the first century A.D., and contain much overlapping material.
The Gospel of the Apostle Matthew seems to have been recorded first — and that of the ‘Petrine’ Mark, second. These two "Hebraic" Gospels seem to have been inscripturated before that of the ‘Pauline’ Luke, and to have been right in front of Luke when that Gentile-Christian a little later wrote his Gospel (probably incorporating material into it also from the Gospels of both Matthew and Mark).3257