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 278  IDENTITY of the MESSIAH in QUESTION
  Matt 22   Mark 12  Luke 20
        39 And
     

[compare Mark 12:28]

  some of the scribes answered,
          "Teacher,
          you have spoken well."
 

[see Matt 22:46 below]

34b And after that no one dared* 40 For they no longer dared*
      to ask him any question.*   to ask him any question.*
41 Now 35 And 41 But
  while the Pharisees        
  were gathered together,        
  Jesus asked them a question,   as Jesus taught in the temple,    

42

saying,   he said,

 

he said to them,

 

"What do you think      "How can the scribes say

 

"How can they say
  of the Christ?   that the Christ is   that the Christ is
  Whose son is he?"        
  They said to him,        

 

"[The son] of David."   The son of David?        David's son?

43

He said to them,        
  "How is it then         
  that David,

36

David himself,

42

For David himself says
  inspired by the Spirit,   inspired by the Holy Spirit,     in the Book of Psalms,
  calls him Lord,        
  saying,      declared,     

44

`The Lord said to my Lord,   `The Lord said to my Lord,   `The Lord said to my Lord,

 

Sit at my right hand,

 

Sit at my right hand,   Sit at my right hand,
  till I put thy enemies   till I put thy enemies

43

till I make thy enemies
  under thy feet.'   under thy feet.'   a stool for thy feet.'

45

If David thus

37

David himself

44

David thus
  calls him Lord,   calls him Lord;   calls him Lord;
  how is he his son?"   so how is he his son?"   so how is he his son?"

46

And   And

 

 
  no one was able        
  to answer him a word,        
   

 

the great throng heard him    
      gladly.    
  nor from that day  

[see Mark 12:34b above]

   
  did any one dare*      

[see Luke 20:40 above]

  to ask him*         
  any more questions.*        

Color Code
 Blue  Three texts use same vocabulary.
 Teal  Two texts use same vocabulary.
 Black   Words unique to a particular text.
   No parallel element in this gospel.
*  Same wording, different order.
278  Sequence in synoptic outlines
 
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