The borders of Judea (or journeying to Jerusalem).

Matthew 19.1-2 = Mark 10.1 = Luke 9.51.

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Notes and quotes.

§ I note the following agreements between Matthew and Luke against Mark:

  1. Matthew 19.1 has και εγενετο οτε ετελεσεν (and it happened that when he finished). Luke 9.51 has εγενετο δε εν τω συμπληρουσθαι (but it happened that in the fulfillment). Mark 10.1 has no parallel (except και).
  2. Matthew 19.1 uses the aorist μετηρεν (departed). Luke 9.51 uses the aorist εστηρισεν (set). Mark 10.1 uses the present ερχεται (comes). A common agreement.

§ This pericope is an example of a synoptic summary statement.