Hyper-Synopsis     Parallel Texts in Matthew, Mark & Luke 

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  Greek synopsis  

 

  FAITH  MOVES
154 Matt 17 Mark 234 Luke 17
21 "For truly I say to you,      
  if you have faith  

6

"If you had faith
  as a grain of mustard seed,     as a grain of mustard seed,
  you will say     you could say
  to this mountain,     to this sycamine tree,
  'Move from here     'Be rooted up,
  to there,'     and be planted in the sea,'
  and it will move;     and it would
  and nothing will be      
  impossible to you."     obey you."
266 Matt 21 266 Mark 11 Luke 

21

"Truly I say to you,  23  "Truly I say to you,  
  if you have faith  

[see below]

 
  and never doubt *      
  you will not only do      
  what has been done      
  to the fig tree,      
  but even if you say   whoever says  
  to this mountain,   to this mountain,  
  'Be taken up,   'Be taken up,  
  and cast into the sea,'   and cast into the sea,'  
 

[see above]

  and does not doubt *  
      in his heart,  
      but <has faith>  
      that what he says  
      will come to pass,  
  it will <happen>."   it will be [done] for him."  

Color Code
 Red  Four texts use same wording.
 Blue  Three texts use same wording.
 Teal  Two texts use same wording.
 Black  Words unique to a particular text.
 <has>  Word not in RSV or revised to reflect Greek.
 [done]  Word in RSV but not Greek text.
   No parallel saying in this gospel.
*  Same wording, different order
 154   Sequence in synoptic outlines
 
  prior in Matt1     prior in Luke     context of Matt1     context of Luke     next in Matt1     next in Luke  
  prior in Matt2 & Mark    context of Matt2 & Mark    next in Matt2    next in Mark 

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