Are you a visual learner?
This is a very interesting way to present some of the most frequently introduced topics across the four Gospels, and it’s much more effective than a mere chart with four columns. (If you’re visually inclined.)
Crosses are used with each side’s length determined by the percentage of times each writer discusses a topic (as a % of total verses in each Gospel). The right side of each cross graphic represents Matthew, the top section is for Mark, left side for Luke, and the bottom for John.
The original post and additional visual Bible tools are available here.