Hyper-Synopsis    Parallel Texts in Matthew, Mark & Luke 

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  Greek synopsis  


Matt 5    Mark   Luke 6 Thom 68 *
           1  Jesus said:
11 "Blessed are you    22  "Blessed are you   "Blessed are you 
  when men revile* you     when men hate you   when you are hated 
  and persecute you     and revile* you   and persecuted; 
  and say all kinds of evil       and cast out your name as evil  2  and no place will be found
  against you          
  falsely on my account.     on account of the son of man!    
12 Rejoice     23  Rejoice in that day     
  and be glad,     and leap for joy,    
  for your reward is great     for, behold, your reward is great     
  in heaven;     in heaven;   wherever
  for so men persecuted      for so their fathers did    you have been persecuted."
  the prophets      to the prophets.    
  who were before you."          

*Note: In Matt & Luke this is the last in a string of beatitudes.
In the gospel of Thomas it appears as an independent aphorism

Color Code
 Blue  Three texts use same vocabulary.
 Teal  Two texts use same vocabulary.
 Black   Words unique to a particular text.
   No parallel saying in this gospel


 Same word, different order
S10  Sequence in synoptic outlines
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