||Parallel Texts in Matthew, Mark & Luke|
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|19*||"Every tree that does not bear good fruit|
|is cut down and thrown into the fire."|
|14c||JOHN CALLS for REPENTANCE|
|Matt 3||Mark||Luke 3|
|10||"Even now the ax is laid||"Even now the ax is laid|
|to the root of the trees.||to the root of the trees.|
|18*||Every tree that does not bear good fruit||43*||Every tree that does not bear good fruit|
|is cut down and thrown into the fire."||is cut down and thrown into the fire."|
* Note: Both Matthew & Luke ascribe this saying to John the Baptist. Matthew also ascribes it to Jesus, while the other synoptics do not.
|Blue||Three texts use same vocabulary.|
|Teal||Two texts use same vocabulary.|
|No parallel saying in this gospel|
|S65||Sequence in synoptic outlines|
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