Hyper-Synopsis     Parallel Texts in Matthew, Mark & Luke 

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  Greek synopsis  

 

  PARADOX of LIFE  
72a Matt 10   Mark   238h Luke 17
39 "He who finds his life   33 Whoever seeks to gain his life
  will lose it,     will lose it,
  and he who loses his life     but whoever loses his life
  for my sake      
  will find it.     will preserve it.
148

Matt 16

148

 Mark 8 

148

Luke 9

25

For

35

For

24

For
  whoever would save his life   whoever would save his life   whoever would save his life
  will lose it,   will lose it,   will lose it,
  and whoever loses his life   and whoever loses his life   and whoever loses his life
  for my sake   for my sake   for my sake,
      and the gospel's    
  will find it.   will save it.   he will save it.
*Note: This aphorism is presented in two versions by both Matthew & Luke but only once by Mark. Note that the wording of Mark 8:35 is closer to the 2nd Matthean & 1st Lukan versions.

Color Code
 Purple   Five texts use same vocabulary.
 Red  Four texts use same vocabulary.
 Teal  Two texts use same vocabulary.
 Black   Words unique to a particular text.
   No parallel element in this gospel.
72a  Sequence in synoptic outlines
 
  prior in Matt     prior in Luke     context in Matt     context in Luke     next in Matt     next in Luke  

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