Book Three, Part Two contains chapters 52 through 70:
Chap. 52, the healing of the leper, the episode which immediately followed that discourse on the Law which Christ delivered on the Mount, Mat. 8:1-4.
Chap. 53, the account of the centurion in Capernaum who intercedes on behalf of his servant that Christ deliver him from his paralysis, Mat. 8:5-13 and Luke 7:1-10.
Chap. 54, the raising of the dead young man, the widow's son, in the city of Nain, Luke 7:11-17.
Chap. 55, the account of the Baptist sending from prison his disciples to Christ, Mat. 11:2-6 and Luke 7:18-23.
Chap. 56, Christ's sermon to the crows after the disciples of John the Baptist had already departed, Mat. 11:7-30 and Luke 7:24-35.
Chap. 57, the conversion and absolution of the sinful woman and of Simon the Pharisee, Luke 7:36-50.
Chap. 58, Christ's wandering through cities and villages with the apostles and some women, Luke 8:1-3.
Chap. 59, Christ's return from that sojourn to Capernaum to His own home where He casts out the blind and dumb evil spirit, as a result of which a great controversy arises between Him and the scribes, Mat. 12:22-45 and Mark 3:19-30.
Chap. 60, Christ's mother and brothers who wish to converse with Him, Mat. 12:46-49, Mark 3:31-34 and Luke 8:19-21.
Chap. 61, the "Sermon of Parables" which Christ delivered at the sea from a boat, Mat. 13:1-35, Mark 4:1-34 and Luke 8:4-18.
Chap. 62, Christ returning home from the sea, Mat. 13:36-52.
Chap. 63, the scribe who offers himself as a disciple and of some other person who wished to first bury his father, Mat. 8:18, Mat. 13:53, Mark 4:35.
Chap. 64, Christ's crossing the sea in the land of the Gergesenes, Mat. 8:23-27, Mark 4:36-41 and Luke 8:22-25.
Chap. 65, the acts of Christ in the land of the Gergesenes, Mat. 8:38-34, Mark 5:1-20 and Luke 8:26-38.
Chap. 66, the return of Christ from His crossing of the sea, of the feast of Matthew and of the debate which the scribes and Johnites stirred at the same place, Mat. 9:1, 10-18, Mark 2:15-22, Mark 5:21, and Luke 5:29-39.
Chap. 67, the accounts of the raising of Jairus' daughter and of the healing of the woman with an issue of blood, Mat. 9:18-26, Mark 5:22-43 and Luke 8:41-56.
Chap. 68, the account of the healing of the two blind men, Mat. 9:27-31.
Chap. 69, the account of the healing of the dumb demonic, Mat.9:32-34.
Chap. 70, the account as to how Jesus came for the second time into His hometown of Nazareth, Mat. 13:54-58 and Mark 6:1-6.
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