Paralleled gospel accounts based on chronology which bring about intriguing theological questions that one might not previously think about.
Footnotes: Many of the pages have footnotes which further enhance the book as a study tool.
Size: I like the square shape of the book. It isn’t very thick, so it doesn’t take up a lot of space, which is helpful when one accumulates many reference books and Bibles.
Translation: Christ Chronological uses the CSB or Christian Standard Bible translation and it is a good, easy to understand translation.
The color choice of the font. I know this seems picky, but I think someone that is color blind would have a really hard time distinguishing between the different colors. While you don’t want anything too vibrant, the color is a bit faded.
Overall, this book got a YAY from us! The layout inside the book is nice and despite our negative about the font color, each gospel is assigned a specific color and there is a reference guide at the bottom of each page, so that does help. Also, each gospel is in a consistent location on the page. It is important to take time to orient yourself to the layout before you really go digging in and using it as a tool. I think this book will be helpful and offer some great insight when studying the gospels. We also decided the book itself would make a great study for a group.