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06 May 2019

A gospels synopsis.

You wanna compare the same story in different gospels? You need a synopsis. Here ya go.

Our word “synopsis” usually means a brief summary or overview, but when we get into biblical studies a synopsis is a comparison of two different parts of the bible which overlap. Like Psalms 14 and 53. Or David and the census in 2 Samuel 24 and 1 Chronicles 21. Or the story of Ahab and Micaiah in 1 Kings 22 and 2 Chronicles 18. Or Hezekiah and the sundial in 1 Kings 20 and Isaiah 38.

Or, naturally, to compare the gospels.

Christians have been comparing ’em ever since they were first written. Sometimes to see if we can fit them all together, like Tatian of Assyria did with his Diatessaron, or A.T. Robertson’s Harmony of the Gospels. Thing is, when you combine then into one narrative, you gotta remove parts of the other gospels—and change their order, their structure, and various things which their authors deliberately put in there. You also lose a bit of the three-dimensional picture of Jesus they provide.

It’s why I prefer a gospel synopsis: We compare the stories, but don’t remove anything. We look at what each of ’em have, and compare. We deal with the difficulties they might produce. But we get a better, fuller picture of Jesus. That’s the point.

Obviously in my posts on Christ Jesus, I’ve been comparing similar texts. It’s sort of my own gospel synopsis. You can follow it if you want, but today I’m actually providing someone else’s. Basically it’s the table of contents from bible scholar Kurt Aland’s Synopsis Quattuor Evangeliorum (called Synopsis of the Four Gospels in the English edition). His synopsis compares the texts line by line from his Greek New Testament, 26th edition (the current edition is the 28th), or from the RSV in the English edition. But if you prefer another translation, the links below will take you to Bible Gateway, where you can read ’em in any translation they have. Sound good?

1. Preface.
§1. Prologue. Mk 1.1, Mt 1.1, Lk 1.1-4, Jn 1.1-18
2. Birth and childhood.
§2. The promise of the birth of John the Baptist. Lk 1.5-25
§3. The Annunciation. Lk 1.26-38
§4. Mary’s visit to Elizabeth. Lk 1.39-56
§5. The birth of John the Baptist. Lk 1.57-80
§6. The genealogy of Jesus. Mt 1.2-17
§7. The birth of Jesus. Mt 1.18-25, Lk 2.1-7
§8. The adoration of the infant Jesus. Mt 2.1-12, Lk 2.8-20
§9. The circumcision and presentation in the Temple. Lk 2.21-38
§10. The flight into Egypt and return. Mt 2.13-21
§11. The childhood of Jesus at Nazareth. Mt 2.22-23, Lk 2.39-40
§12. The boy Jesus in the temple. Lk 2.41-52
3. Preparation.
§13. John the baptist. Mk 1.2-6, Mt 3.1-6, Lk 3.1-6, Jn 1.19-23
§14. John’s preaching of repentance. Mt 3.7-10, Lk 3.7-9
§15. John replies to questioners. Lk 3.10-14
§16. John’s messianic preaching. Mk 1.7-8, Mt 3.11-12, Lk 3.15-18, Jn 1.24-28
§17. The imprisonment of John. Lk 3.19-20
§18. The baptism of Jesus. Mk 1.9-11, Mt 3.13-17, Lk 3.21-22, Jn 1.29-34
§19. The genealogy of Jesus. Lk 3.23-38
§20. The temptation. Mk 1.12-13, Mt 4.1-11, Lk 4.1-13
4. The beginning of Jesus’s public ministry (according to John).
§21. The call of the first disciples. Jn 1.35-51
§22. The marriage at Cana. Jn 2.1-11
§23. The sojourn at Capernaum. Jn 2.12
§24. The first journey to Jerusalem. Jn 2.13
§25. The cleansing of the temple. Jn 2.14-22
§26. Jesus’s ministry in Jerusalem. Jn 2.23-25
§27. The discourse with Nicodemus. Jn 3.1-21
§28. Jesus’s ministry in Judea. Jn 3.22
§29. John’s testimony to Christ. Jn 3.23-36
5. Jesus’s ministry in Galilee.
§30. The journey into Galilee. Mk 1.14, Mt 4.12, Lk 4.14, Jn 4.1-3
§31. The discourse with the woman of Samaria. Jn 4.4-42
§32. Ministry in Galilee. Mk 1.14-15, Mt 4.13-17, Lk 4.14-15, Jn 4.43-46
§33. Jesus’s preaching at Nazareth. Lk 4.16-30
§34. The call of the disciples. Mk 1.16-20, Mt 4.18-22
§35. Teaching in the synagogue at Capernaum. Mk 1.21-22, Lk 4.31-32
§36. The healing of the demoniac in the synagogue. Mk 1.23-28, Lk 4.33-37
§37. The healing of Peter’s mother-in-law. Mk 1.29-31, Lk 4.38-39
§38. The sick healed at evening. Mk 1.32-34, Lk 4.40-41
§39. Jesus departs from Capernaum. Mk 1.35-38, Lk 4.42-43
§40. First preaching tour in Galilee. Mk 1.39, Mt 4.23, Lk 4.44
§41. The miraculous draught of fish. Lk 5.1-11
§42. The cleansing of the leper. Mk 1.40-45, Lk 5.12-16
§43. The healing of the paralytic. Mk 2.1-12, Lk 5.17-26
§44. The call of Levi (Matthew). Mk 2.13-17, Lk 5.27-32
§45. The question about fasting. Mk 2.18-22, Lk 5.33-39
§46. Plucking grain on the Sabbath. Mk 2.23-28, Lk 6.1-5
§47. The man with the withered hand. Mk 3.1-6, Lk 6.6-11
§48. Jesus heals multitudes by the sea. Mk 3.7-12
§49. The choosing of the Twelve. Mk 3.13-19, Lk 6.12-16
6. The Sermon on the Mount (according to Matthew).
§50. Occasion of the Sermon. Mt 4.24 – 5.2
§51. The beatitudes. Mt 5.3-12
§52. The salt of the earth. Mt 5.13
§53. The light of the world. Mt 5.14-16
§54. On the Law and the Prophets. Mt 5.17-20
§55. On murder and wrath. Mt 5.21-26
§56. On adultery and divorce. Mt 5.27-32
§57. On oaths. Mt 5.33-37
§58. On retaliation. Mt 5.38-42
§59. On love of one’s enemies. Mt 5.43-48
§60. On almsgiving. Mt 6.1-4
§61. On prayer. Mt 6.5-6
§62. The Lord’s Prayer. Mt 6.7-15
§63. On fasting. Mt 6.16-18
§64. On treasures. Mt 6.19-21
§65. The sound eye. Mt 6.22-23
§66. On serving two masters. Mt 6.24
§67. On anxiety. Mt 6.25-34
§68. On judging. Mt 7.1-5
§69. On profaning the holy. Mt 7.6
§70. God’s answering of prayer. Mt 7.7-11
§71. The golden rule. Mt 7.12
§72. The two ways. Mt 7.13-14
§73. “By their fruits.” Mt 7.1-20
§74. “Saying Lord, Lord.” Mt 7.21-23
§75. The house built upon the rock. Mt 7.24-27
§76. The effect of the Sermon. Mt 7.28-29
7. The Sermon on the Plain (according to Luke).
§77. Occasion of the Sermon. Lk 6.17-20
§78. The beatitudes. Lk 6.20-23
§79. The woes. Lk 6.24-26
§80. On love of one’s enemies. Lk 6.27-36
§81. On judging. Lk 6.37-42
§82. “By their fruits.” Lk 6.43-45
§83. The house built upon the rock. Lk 6.45-49
8. Jesus’s ministry in Galilee, continued.
§84. Cleansing of the leper. Mt 8.1-4
§85. The centurion of Capernaum. Mt 8.5-13, Lk 7.1-10, Jn 4.46-54
§86. The widow’s son at Nain. Lk 7.11-17
§87. The healing of Peter’s mother-in-law. Mt 8.14-15
§88. The sick healed at evening. Mt 8.16-17
§89. On following Jesus. Mt 8.18-22
§90. Stilling the storm. Mt 8.23-27
§91. The Gadarene demoniacs. Mt 8.28-34
§92. The healing of the paralytic. Mt 9.1-8
§93. The call of Levi (Matthew). Mt 9.9-13
§94. The question about fasting. Mt 9.14-17
§95. Jairus’s daughter and the woman with a hemorrhage. Mt 9.18-26
§96. Two blind men. Mt 9.27-31
§97. The dumb demoniac. Mt 9.32-34
§98. The harvest is great. Mt 9.35-38
§99. Commissioning the Twelve. Mt 10.1-16
§100. The fate of the disciples. Mt 10.17-25
§101. Exhortation to fearless confession. Mt 10.26-33
§102. Divisions within households. Mt 10.34-36
§103. Conditions of discipleship. Mt 10.37-39
§104. Rewards of discipleship. Mt 10.40-42
§105. Continuation of journey. Mt 11.1
§106. John the baptist’s question and Jesus’s answer. Mt 11.2-6, Lk 7.18-23
§107. Jesus’s witness concerning John. Mt 11.7-19, Lk 7.24-35
§108. Woes pronounced on Galilean cities. Mt 11.20-24
§109. Jesus’s thanksgiving to the Father. Mt 11.25-27
§110. “Come unto me.” Mt 11.28-30
§111. Plucking grain on the Sabbath. Mt 12.1-8
§112. Healing the withered hand. Mt 12.9-14
§113. Jesus heals multitudes by the sea. Mt 12.15-21
§114. The woman with the ointment. Lk 7.6-50
§115. The ministering women. Lk 8.1-3
§116. Jesus is thought to be beside himself. Mk 3.19-21
§117. On collusion with Satan. Mk 3.22-27, Mt 12.22-30
§118. The sin against the Holy Spirit. Mk 3.28-30, Mt 12.31-37
§119. The sign of Jonah. Mt 12.38-42
§120. The return of the evil spirit. Mt 12.43-45
§121. Jesus’s true kindred. Mk 3.31-35, Mt 12.46-50
§122. The parable of the sower. Mk 4.1-9, Mt 13.1-9, Lk 8.4-8
§123. The reason for speaking in parables. Mk 4.10-12, Mt 13.10-17, Lk 8.9-10
§124. Interpretation of the parable of the sower. Mk 4.13-20, Mt 13.18-23, Lk 8.11-15
§125. “He who has ears to hear, let him hear.” Mk 4.21-25, Lk 8.16-18
§126. The parable of the seed growing secretly. Mk 4.26-29
§127. The parable of the tares. Mt 13.24-30
§128. The parable of the mustard seed. Mk 4.30-32, Mt 13.31-32
§129. The parable of the leaven. Mt 13.33
§130. Jesus’s use of parables. Mk 4.33-34, Mt 13.34-35
§131. Interpretation of the parable of the tares. Mt 13.36-43
§132. The parables of the hidden treasure and of the pearl. Mt 13.44-46
§133. The parable of the net. Mt 13.47-50
§134. Treasures new and old. Mt 13.51-52
§135. Jesus’s true kindred. Lk 8.19-21
§136. Stilling the storm. Mk 4.35-41, Lk 8.22-25
§137. The Gerasene demoniac. Mk 5.1-20, Lk 8.26-39
§138. Jairus’s daughter and the woman with a hemorrhage. Mk 5.21-43, Lk 8.40-56
§139. Jesus is rejected at Nazareth. Mk 6.1-6, Mt 13.53-58
§140. Second journey (to Jerusalem). Jn 5.1
§141. The healing at the pool. Jn 5.2-47
§142. Commissioning the Twelve. Mk 6.6-13, Lk 9.1-6
§143. Opinions regarding Jesus. Mk 6.14-16, Mt 14.1-2, Lk 9.7-9
§144. The death of John the baptist. Mk 6.17-29, Mt 14.3-12
§145. The return of the apostles. Mk 6.30-31, Lk 9.10
§146. Five thousand are fed. Mk 6.32-44, Mt 14.13-21, Lk 9.10-17, Jn 6.1-15
§147. The walking on the water. Mk 6.45-52, Mt 14.22-23, Jn 6.16-21
§148. Healings at Gennesaret. Mk 6.53-56, Mt 14.34-36, Jn 6.22-25
§149. The bread of life. Jn 6.26-59
§150. Defilement: Traditional and real. Mk 7.1-23, Mt 15.1-20
§151. The Syrophoenician (Canaanite) woman. Mk 7.24-30, Mt 15.21-28
§152. Jesus heals a deaf mute and many others. Mk 7.31-37, Mt 15.29-31
§153. Four thousand are fed. Mk 8.1-10, Mt 15.32-39
§154. The Pharisees seek a sign. Mk 8.11-13, Mt 16.1-4
§155. The leaven of the Pharisees. Mk 8.14-21, Mt 16.5-12
§156. A blind man is healed at Bethsaida. Mk 8.22-26
9. The way to the cross.
§157. Many disciples take offense at Jesus. Jn 6.60-66
§158. Peter’s confession. Mk 8.27-30, Mt 16.13-20, Lk 9.18-21, Jn 6.67-71
§159. Jesus foretells his passion. Mk 8.31-33, Mt 16.21-23, Lk 9.22
§160. “If any man would come after me.” Mk 8.34 – 9.1, Mt 16.24-28, Lk 9.23-27
§161. The transfiguration. Mk 9.2-10, Mt 17.1-9, Lk 9.28-36
§162. The coming of Elijah. Mk 9.11-13, Mt 17.10-13
§163. Jesus heals a boy possessed by a spirit. Mk 9.14-29, Mt 17.14-21, Lk 9.37-43
§164. Jesus foretells his passion again. Mk 9.30-32, Mt 17.22-23, Lk 9.43-45
§165. Payment of the temple tax. Mt 17.24-27
§166. True greatness. Mk 9.33-37, Mt 18.1-5, Lk 9.46-48
§167. The strange exorcist. Mk 9.38-41, Lk 9.49-50
§168. Warnings concerning temptations. Mk 9.42-50, Mt 18.6-9
§169. The parable of the lost sheep. Mt 18.10-14
§170. On reproving one’s brother. Mt 18.15-18
§171. “Where two or three are gathered together.” Mt 18.19-20
§172. On reconciliation. Mt 18.21-22
§173. The parable of the unforgiving servant. Mt 18.23-35
10. Last journey to Jerusalem (according to Luke).
§174. Decision to go to Jerusalem. Lk 9.51
§175. Jesus is rejected by Samaritans. Lk 9.52-56
§176. On following Jesus. Lk 9.57-62
§177. Commissioning the Seventy. Lk 10.1-12
§178. Woes pronounced on Galilean cities. Lk 10.13-15
§179. “He who hears you, hears me.” Lk 10.16
§180. The return of the Seventy. Lk 10.17-20
§181. Jesus’s thanksgiving to the Father, and the blessedness of the disciples. Lk 10.21-24
§182. The lawyer’s question. Lk 10.25-28
§183. The parable of the good Samaritan. Lk 10.29-37
§184. Mary and Martha. Lk 10.38-42
§185. The Lord’s prayer. Lk 11.1-4
§186. The importunate friend at midnight. Lk 11.5-8
§187. Encouragement to pray. Lk 11.9-13
§188. The Beelzebub controversy. Lk 11.14-23
§189. The return of the evil spirit. Lk 11.24-26
§190. True blessedness. Lk 11.27-28
§191. The sign of Jonah. Lk 11.29-32
§192. Concerning light. Lk 11.33
§193. The sound eye. Lk 11.34-36
§194. Discourses against the Pharisees and lawyers. Lk 11.37-54
§195. The leaven of the Pharisees. Lk 12.1
§196. Exhortation to fearless confession. Lk 12.2-9
§197. The sin against the Holy Spirit. Lk 12.10
§198. The assistance of the Holy Spirit. Lk 12.11-12
§199. Warning against avarice. Lk 12.13-15
§200. The parable of the rich fool. Lk 12.16-21
§201. Anxieties about earthly things. Lk 12.22-32
§202. Treasures in heaven. Lk 12.33-34
§203. Watchfulness and faithfulness. Lk 12.35-48
§204. Division in households. Lk 12.49-53
§205. Interpreting the times. Lk 12.54-56
§206. Agreement with one’s accuser. Lk 12.57-59
§207. Repentance or destruction (the parable of the barren fig tree). Lk 13.1-9
§208. The healing of the crippled woman on the Sabbath. Lk 13.10-17
§209. The parable of the mustard seed. Lk 13.18-19
§210. The parable of the leaven. Lk 13.20-21
§211. Exclusion from the kingdom. Lk 13.22-30
§212. A warning against Herod. Lk 13.31-33
§213. The lament over Jerusalem. Lk 13.34-35
§214. The healing of the man with dropsy. Lk 14.1-6
§215. Teaching on humility. Lk 14.7-14
§216. The parable of the great supper. Lk 14.15-24
§217. The conditions of discipleship. Lk 14.25-33
§218. The parable of salt. Lk 14.34-35
§219. The parable of the lost sheep. Lk 15.1-7
§220. The parable of the lost coin. Lk 15.8-10
§221. The parable of the prodigal son. Lk 15.11-32
§222. The parable of the unjust steward. Lk 16.1-9
§223. On faithfulness in what is least. Lk 16.10-12
§224. On serving two masters. Lk 16.13
§225. The Pharisees reproved. Lk 16.14-15
§226. Concerning the Law. Lk 16.16-17
§227. Concerning divorce. Lk 16.18
§228. The parable of the rich man and Lazarus. Lk 16.19-31
§229. Warning against offenses. Lk 17.1-3
§230. On forgiveness. Lk 17.3-4
§231. On faith. Lk 17.5-6
§232. We are unprofitable servants. Lk 17.7-10
§233. The cleansing of the ten lepers. Lk 17.7-10
§234. On the coming of the kingdom of God. Lk 17.20-21
§235. The day of the Son of Man. Lk 17.22-37
§236. The parable of the unjust judge. Lk 18.1-8
§237. The Pharisee and the publican. Lk 18.9-14
11. Jesus at the Feast of Tabernacles (according to John).
§238. Jesus remains in Galilee. Jn 7.1-9
§239. Journey to Jerusalem in secret. Jn 7.10-13
§240. Teaching in the temple. Jn 7.14-39
§241. Division among the people regarding Jesus. Jn 7.40-52
§242. The woman caught in adultery. Jn 7.53 – 8.11
§243. “I am the light of the world.” Jn 8.12-20
§244. Discussion with the Jews. Jn 8.21-29
§245. “The truth will make you free.” Jn 8.30-36
§246. Children of the devil. Jn 8.37-47
§247. “Before Abraham was, I am.” Jn 8.48-59
§248. Jesus heals the man born blind. Jn 9.1-41
§249. “I am the good shepherd.” Jn 10.1-18
§250. Division among the Jews again. Jn 10.19-21
12. The ministry in Judea.
§251. Departure to Judea. Mk 10.1, Mt 19.1-2
§252. On divorce and celibacy. Mk 10.2-12, Mt 19.3-12
§253. Jesus blesses the children. Mk 10.13-16, Mt 19.13-15, Lk 18.15-17
§254. The rich young man. Mk 10.17-22, Mt 19.16-22, Lk 18.15-17
§255. On riches and the rewards of discipleship. Mk 10.23-31, Mt 19.23-30, Lk 18.24-30
§256. The parable of the laborers in the vineyard. Mt 20.1-16
§257. Jesus at the Feast of Dedication in Jerusalem. Jn 10.22-39
§258. Jesus withdraws across the Jordan. Jn 10.40-42
§259. The raising of Lazarus. Jn 11.1-44
§260. The chief priests and Pharisees take counsel against Jesus. Jn 11.45-53
§261. Jesus retires to Ephraim. Jn 11.54-57
§262. The third prediction of the passion. Mk 10.32-34, Mt 20.17-19, Lk 18.31-34
§263. The sons of Zebedee; precedence among the disciples. Mk 10.35-45, Mt 20.20-28
§264. The healing of the blind men (Bartimaeus). Mk 10.46-52, Mt 20.29-34, Lk 18.35-43
§265. Zacchaeus. Lk 19.1-10
§266. The parable of the pounds. Lk 19.11-27
§267. The anointing at Bethany. Jn 12.1-8
§268. The plot against Lazarus. Jn 12.9-11
13. The final ministry in Jerusalem.
§269. The triumphal entry. Mk 11.1-10, Mt 21.1-9, Lk 19.28-40, Jn 1.12-19
§270. Jesus weeps over Jerusalem. Lk 19.41-44
§271. Jesus in Jerusalem (cleansing the temple), return to Bethany. Mk 11.11, Mt 21.10-17
§272. The cursing of the fig tree. Mk 11.12-14, Mt 21.18-19, Lk 13.69
§273. The cleansing of the temple. Mk 11.15-17, Lk 19.45-46
§274. The chief priests and scribes conspire against Jesus. Mk 11.18-19, Lk 19.47-48
§275. The fig tree is withered. Mk 11.20-26, Mt 21.20-22
§276. The question about authority. Mk 11.27-33, Mt 21.23-27, Lk 20.1-8
§277. The parable of the two sons. Mt 21.28-32
§278. The parable of the wicked husbandmen. Mk 12.1-12, Mt 21.33-46, Lk 20.9-19
§279. The parable of the great supper. Mt 22.1-14
§280. On paying tribute to Caesar. Mk 12.13-17, Mt 22.15-22, Lk 20.20-26
§281. The question about the resurrection. Mt 12.18-27, Mt 22.23-33, Lk 20.27-40
§282. The great commandment. Mk 12.28-34, Mt 22.34-40
§283. The question about David’s son. Mk 12.35-37, Mt 22.41-46, Lk 20.41-44
§284. Woe to the scribes and Pharisees. Mk 12.37-40, Mt 23.1-36, Lk 20.45-47
§285. Jesus’s lament over Jerusalem. Mt 23.37-39
§286. The widow’s mite. Mk 12.41-44, Lk 21.1-4
14. The eschatological discourse.
§287. Prediction of the destruction of the temple. Mk 13.1-2, Mt 24.1-2, Lk 21.5-6
§288. Signs before the End. Mk 13.3-8, Mt 24.3-8, Lk 21.7-11.
§289. Persecutions foretold. Mk 13.9-13, Mt 24.9-14, Lk 21.12-19
§290. The desolating sacrilege. Mk 13.14-20, Mt 24.15-22, Lk 21.20-24
§291. False Christs and false prophets. Mk 13.21-23, Mt 24.23-28
§292. The coming of the Son of Man. Mk 13.24-27, Mt 24.29-31, Lk 21.25-28
§293. The time of the coming: The parable of the fig tree. Mk 13.28-32, Mt 24.32-36, Lk 21.29-33
§294. Conclusion: “Take heed, watch!” (according to Mark). Mk 13.33-37
§295. Conclusion: “Take heed, watch!” (according to Luke). Lk 21.34-36
15. Conclusion of the account of the time before the passion.
§296. The parable of the flood and exhortation to watchfulness. Mt 24.3-44
§297. The parable of the good servant and the wicked servant. Mt 24.45-51
§298. The parable of the ten virgins. Mt 25.1-13
§299. The parable of the talents. Mt 25.14-30
§300. The last judgment. Mt 25.31-46
§301. The ministry of Jesus in Jerusalem. Lk 21.37-38
§302. Greeks seek Jesus: Discourse on his death. Jn 12.20-36
§303. The unbelief of the people. Jn 12.37-43
§304. Judgment by the word. Jn 12.44-50
16. The passion narrative.
§305. Jesus’s death is premeditated. Mk 14.1-2, Mt 26.1-5, Lk 22.1-2
§306. The anointing in Bethany. Mk 14.3-9, Mt 26.6-13
§307. The betrayal by Judas. Mk 14.10-11, Mt 26.14-16, Lk 22.3-6
§308. Preparation for the Passover. Mk 14.12-17, Mt 26.17-20, Lk 22.7-14
§309. Washing the disciples’ feet. Jn 13.1-20
§310. Jesus foretells his betrayal. Mk 14.18-21, Mt 26.21-25, Jn 13.21-30
§311. The last supper. Mk 14.22-25, Mt 26.26-29, Lk 22.15-20
§312. Jesus foretells his betrayal. Lk 22.21-23
§313. Precedence among the disciples and the reward of discipleship. Lk 22.24-30
§314. The new commandment of love. Jn 13.31-35
§315. Peter’s denial predicted. Mk 14.26-31, Mt 26.30-35, Lk 22.31-34, Jn 13.36-38
§316. The two swords. Lk 22.35-38
§317. “Let not your hearts be troubled.” Jn 14.1-14
§318. The promise of the Paraclete. Jn 14.15-26
§319. The gift of peace. Jn 14.27-31
§320. Jesus the true vine. Jn 15.1-8
§321. “Abide in my love.” Jn 15.9-17
§322. The world’s hatred. Jn 15.18-25
§323. The witness of the Paraclete. Jn 15.26-27
§324. On persecutions. Jn 16.1-4
§325. The work of the Paraclete. Jn 16.5-15
§326. Sorrow turned to joy. Jn 16.16-22
§327. Prayer in the name of Jesus. Jn 16.23-28
§328. Prediction of the disciples’ flight. Jn 16.29-33
§329. The intercessory prayer. Jn 17.1-26
§330. Gethsemane. Mk 14.32-42, Mt 26.36-46, Lk 22.39-46, Jn 18.1
§331. Jesus arrested. Mk 14.43-52, Mt 26.47-56, Lk 22.47-53, Jn 18.2-12
§332. Jesus before the Sanhedrin (Peter’s denial). Mk 14.53-65, Mt 26.57-68, Lk 22.54-71, Jn 18.13-24
§333. Peter’s denial. Mk 14.66-72, Mt 26.69-75, Jn 18.25-27
§334. Jesus delivered to Pilate. Mk 15.1, Mt 27.1-2, Lk 23.1, Jn 18.28
§335. The death of Judas. Mt 27.3-10
§336. The trial before Pilate. Mk 15.2-5, Mt 27.11-14, Lk 23.2-5, Jn 18.29-38
§337. Jesus before Herod. Lk 23.6-12
§338. Pilate declares Jesus innocent. Lk 23.13-16
§339. Jesus or Barabbas? Mk 15.6-14, Mt 27.15-23, Lk 23.17-23, Jn 18.39-40
§340. “Behold the man!” Jn 19.1-15
§341. Pilate delivers Jesus to be crucified. Mk 15.15, Mt 27.24-26, Lk 23.24-25, Jn 19.16
§342. Jesus mocked by the soldiers. Mk 15.16-20, Mt 27.27-31
§343. The road to Golgotha. Mk 15.20-21, Mt 27.31-32, Lk 23.26-32, Jn 19.17
§344. The crucifixion. Mk 15.22-26, Mt 27.33-37, Lk 23.33-34, Jn 19.17-27
§345. Jesus derided on the cross. Mk 15.27-32, Mt 27.38-43, Lk 23.35-38
§346. The two thieves. Mk 15.32, Mt 27.44, Jn 23.39-43
§347. The death of Jesus. Mk 15.33-39, Mt 27.45-54, Lk 23.44-48, Jn 19.28-30
§348. Witnesses of the crucifixion. Mk 15.40-41, Mt 27.55-56, Lk 23.49
§349. Jesus’s side pierced. Jn 19.31-37
§350. The burial of Jesus. Mk 15.42-47, Mt 27.57-61, Lk 23.50-56, Jn 19.38-42
§351. The guard at the tomb. Mt 27.62-66
17. The resurrection.
§352. The women at the tomb. Mk 16.1-8, Mt 28.1-8, Lk 24.1-12, Jn 20.1-13
§353. Jesus appears to the women. Mk 16.9-11, Mt 28.9-10, Jn 20.14-18
§354. The report of the guard. Mt 28.11-15
§355. Jesus appears to two on the way to Emmaus. Mk 16.12-13, Lk 24.13-35
§356. Jesus appears to his disciples (Thomas being absent). Lk 24.36-43, Jn 20.19-23
§357. Jesus appears to his disciples (Thomas being present). Jn 20.24-29
§358. Jesus appears to the Eleven while they sit at table. Mk 16.14-18
§359. Jesus appears to the Eleven on a mountain in Galilee. Mt 28.16-20
§360. Jesus appears to his disciples by the sea of Tiberias. Jn 21.1-14
18. The endings of the gospels.
§361. Paul’s account of the appearances of Jesus. 1Co 15.3-8
§362. The shorter ending of Mark. Mk 16.9 (alternate)
§363. The longer ending of Mark. Mk 16.9-20
§364. The ending of Matthew: The great commission. Mt 28.16-20
§365. The ending of Luke: Jesus’s last words and ascension. Mk 16.15, 19, Lk 24.44-53
§366. The ending of John. Jn 20.30-31
§367. The appendix to John: Jesus at the sea of Tiberias. Jn 21.1-25