Hyper-Synopsis     Parallel Texts in Matthew, Mark & Luke 

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  Greek synopsis  
 
   FIG TREE CURSED
264 Matt 21 259   Mark 11  Luke   
18 In the morning,  12  On the following day,  
  as he was returning to the city,     when they came from Bethany,  
  he was hungry.    he was hungry.  
19 And seeing 13 And seeing in the distance  
  a fig tree by the wayside he went to it,   a fig tree in leaf,  
  he went to it,   he went [to see]  

 

    if he could find anything on it.  
      When he came to it,  
  and found nothing on it but leaves only.   he found nothing but leaves,  
      for it was not the season for figs.  
  And he <says> to it,

14

And he said to it,  
  "May no fruit ever come from you again!"*   "May no one ever eat fruit from you again."*   
  And the fig tree withered at once.   And  

 

    his disciples heard it.  

Color Code
 Teal  Two texts use same vocabulary.
 Black   Words unique to a particular text.
   No parallel elements in this gospel.
*  Same wording, different order
 <says>  RSV wording revised to reflect Greek.
 [see]  Word in RSV but not Greek text.
259   Sequence in synoptic outlines
 
 prior in Matt   prior in Mark    context    next in Matt   next in Mark  

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