J.J. Blunt's Undesigned Scriptural Coincidences
Part One:
The Books of Moses
Part Two:
The Historical Scriptures
Part Three:
The Prophetical Scripture
Part Four:
The Gospels and Acts
The Gospels, Acts
and Josephus

  1. The choice of the Apostles
  2. The mother of Zebedee’s children
  3. Jesus and the Centurions
  4. Peter was a married man
  5. “When the even was come”, Jesus heals
  6. Matthew’s house
  7. The Gospels and the names of the twelve
  8. The mother of Jesus desires to speak with him
  9. The death of Joseph, Mary’s husband
  10. When Jesus went into a ship
  11. How Herod heard of Jesus
  12. The 12 and the 7 baskets of fragments
  13. Herod and the Sadducees
  14. The disciples did not fast
  15. “Prophesy … who smote thee?”
  16. The charge on which Jesus was condemned
  17. The maid and Peter at the High Priest’s house
  18. The feeding of the five thousand
  19. Simon, a Cyrenian, who bore the cross
  20. The sixth and ninth hours of the Crucifixion
  21. The boldness of Joseph of Arimathaea
  22. The second sabbath after the first
  23. “His face was as though he would go to Jerusalem”
  24. The first miracle
  25. Nicodemus and Jesus
  26. Sychar, of Samaria
  27. “Rabbi, when camest thou hither?”
  28. The last days of Jesus at Bethany
  29. “He stedfastly set his face to go to Jerusalem”
  30. Whose ear did Peter cut?
  31. “Then would my servants fight”
  32. Why did John outrun Peter to the tomb?
  33. The Ascension of Jesus
  34. The Pharisees and the Sadducees
  35. Joses Barnabas, of Cyprus
  36. The Grecians and the Hebrews
  37. Cornelius and Peter
  38. The Christians of Antioch
  39. The burning of the books
  40. The centurion who kept Paul
  41. Felix’s hope for money from Paul
  42. “A ship of Alexandria”