Hyper-Synopsis     Parallel Texts in Matthew, Mark & Luke 

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  Greek synopsis  

 

  CRITICS PARODIED ** 
 78   Matt 11   Mark    78   Luke 7
16 "But to what shall I compare   31 "To what then shall I compare
   this generation?     the men of this generation,
        and what are they like?
  It is like children   32 They are like children
  sitting in the marketplaces     sitting in the marketplace
  and calling to their playmates,     and calling to one another,
17  'We piped to you,      'We piped to you,
    and you did not dance;       and you did not dance;
    we wailed,       we wailed,
    and you did not mourn.'       and you did not weep.'
18 For John came   33 For John the Baptist has come
  neither eating nor drinking,     eating no bread and drinking no wine,
  and they say,     and you say,
   'He has a demon';      'He has a demon';
19 the Son of man came   34 the Son of man has come
  eating and drinking,     eating and drinking,
  and they say,     and you say,
   'Behold! a glutton and a drunkard      'Behold! a glutton and a drunkard
   a friend of tax collectors and sinners!'      a friend of tax collectors and sinners!'
  Yet wisdom is justified   35 Yet wisdom is justified
  by her deeds."     by all her children."

** For analysis of this pericope click here.

Color Code
 Teal  Two texts use same vocabulary.
 Black  Words unique to a particular text.
   No parallel element in this gospel.
78  Sequence in synoptic outlines
 
  prior in Matt     prior in Luke     context    next in Matt     next in Luke  

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