Hyper-Synopsis Parallel Texts in Matthew, Mark & Luke
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TEMPTERS WARNED 160 Matt 18 160 Mark 9 231 Luke 17 And he said to his disciples,
[see Matt 18:7 below]
"Temptations [to sin] are sure to come;* but woe to* [him] by whom they come!* 6 "But whoever causes*
[see Luke 17:2 below]
one of these little ones* one of these little ones* who believe in me who believe in me to sin,* to sin,* it would be better it would be better
It would be better for him for him for him to have a great millstone if a great millstone if a millstone fastened were hung were hung round his neck round his neck round his neck and to be drowned and he were thrown and he were cast in the depths of the sea. into the sea. into the sea,
[see Matt 18:6 above]
[see Mark 9:42 above]
than that he should cause* one of these little ones* to sin."* Woe to the world for temptations to sin!
For it is necessary
[see Luke 17:1 above]
that temptations come,* but woe to* the man by whom the temptation comes!*
Color Code Blue Three texts use same vocabulary. Teal Two texts use same vocabulary. Black Words unique to a particular text. No parallel text in this gospel. * Same wording, different order [him] RSV word not in Greek. 160 Sequence in synoptic outlines
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