Mixed synoptic parallels.

Synoptic parallels found out of sequence between pericopes.


In many of the synopses coded for my synoptic project a brief phrase or passage in a pericope of one of the gospels will find its parallel, not in the corresponding pericope from another gospel, but in a different pericope altogether in that gospel. I call such phrases or passages mixed parallels, and my procedure is to place the mixed parallel in braces {} to indicate that it is out of its own sequence.

What follows, then, is a list of completed synopses and their respective mixed parallels. Each mixed parallel is a link to the synopsis that contains it in its own sequence as main text.

Pericope title. Mixed parallels.
Gospel prologues. None.
The genealogy of Jesus. None.
Elizabeth and Zechariah. None.
The annunciation. Matthew 1.20-21.
A leap in the womb. None.
The magnificat. None.
The birth of John. None.
The circumcision of John. None.
The benedictus. None.
The birth of Jesus. Luke 1.26-35.
The visits of the magi and shepherds. None.
The circumcision of Jesus. None.
The presentation in the temple. None.
The flight to Egypt and massacre of the innocents. None.
The departure or return to Nazareth. None.
Twelve years old. None.
John the baptist. Matthew 11.10; Luke 7.27.
The preaching of John. None.
The imprisonment of John. None.
The baptism of Jesus. None.
The temptation of Jesus. None.
The preaching (or teaching) of Jesus. Luke 4.16a.
The call of the first disciples. Matthew 13.1-2; Mark 4.1.
Rejection at Nazareth. Matthew 4.13a.
Teaching with authority. Matthew 8.5; Luke 7.1.
The exorcism of the Capernaum demoniac. None.
The healing of the mother-in-law of Peter. None.
The evening healings. Mark 3.11b.
Following Jesus. Mark 4.35b; Luke 8.22b.
Departing from Capernaum. None.
In the synagogues. Mark 3.7b-8; Luke 6.17c-18.
The sermon on the mount or plain. Mark 3.7a, 13a; Luke 6.12a.
The beatitudes. None.
Salting the salt. None.
The light of the world. Mark 4.21; Luke 8.16; 11.33.
The law. Matthew 11.12-13.
On murder. None.
Settle on the way. None.
On adultery. None.
On scandals. None.
Against divorce. None.
On oaths. None.
On revenge and enemies. Matthew 7.12a.
Alms. None.
Prayer. None.
The paternoster. None.
Forgiveness. None.
Fasting. None.
Treasure in heaven. None.
The lamp of the body. Matthew 5.15-16; Mark 4.21; Luke 8.16.
Seek first the kingdom. Luke 16.13.
On judgment. Matthew 15.14; 10.24-25a.
Ask, seek, knock. Luke 6.31.
Broad and narrow. Matthew 7.22-23; 8.11-12; 20.16.
By their fruits. None.
Do as I say. Luke 13.25-27.
The parable of the wise and foolish builders. None.
The healing of a leper. None.
The healing at the request of a centurion. Matthew 7.28; Mark 1.21a; 7.30; Luke 13.28-29.
The raising of the dead son in Nain. None.
The inquiry of John the baptist. Matthew 21.31b-32; Mark 1.2; Luke 16.16.
The calming of the sea (or lake). Matthew 8.18.
The exorcism of the Gadarene demoniac(s). None.
The healing of a paralytic. None.
The call of Levi (or Matthew). None.
Tax collectors and sinners. None.
The controversy over fasting. None.
Plucking grain on the sabbath. None.
The healing of a man with a withered hand. Luke 13.15; 14.5.
A great multitude (or great crowds). Matthew 4.25b; 5.1b; Luke 6.17ab; 4.41b.
The commission of the twelve. Matthew 5.1a; Mark 6.7; Luke 9.1.
The female followers of Jesus. Matthew 9.35b; 27.55b; Mark 15.41; 16.9; Luke 23.49b.
The controversy over Beezebul. None.
The family of Jesus. None.
By the sea (or by the lake). Luke 5.1-3.
The mysteries (or mystery) of the kingdom. Mark 4.25; Luke 8.18.
On the nature of parables. Matthew 5.15-16; 7.2b; 13.12; Luke 6.38b; 11.33.
The healing of a blind man (or blind men). None.
In the villages (or by cities and villages). Luke 8.1b.
Compassion for the crowds. Mark 6.34b; Luke 10.2.
John the baptist risen. None.
The death of John the baptist. Mark 6.30; Luke 9.10a.
The missions of the twelve and seventy. Matthew 9.36b; 9.37-38; 10.1; 14.12b.
Delivered up. Luke 6.40.
Fear not. None.
Before my father. None.
The sin against the spirit. None.
Not peace, but a sword. None.
Take up your cross. None.
Finding and losing. None.
Receiving the sender. Mark 9.41.
The feedings of the five and four thousand. None.
Walking on the sea. None.
The fall of Satan and accompanying signs. None.
The healing of a blind man with spittle. None.
The first passion prediction. None.
The transfiguration. Luke 9.37.
The second passion prediction. None.
The didrachma tax. None.
For or against us. Matthew 10.42.
The borders of Judea (or journeying to Jerusalem). None.
The parable of the wakeful servants. Matthew 24.42; Luke 21.36a.
A thief (in the night). None.
The parable of the faithful steward (or servant). None.
The healing of a woman bent double. Matthew 12.11.
The healing of a man with dropsy. Matthew 12.11.
The parable of the shrewd steward. Matthew 6.24.
When and where. None.
Like lightning. Mark 13.21; Luke 17.37b.
As in the days of Noah (and Lot). None.
Housetop and field. None.
One taken, another left. Matthew 24.28; Mark 13.35.
The third passion prediction. None.
The sons of Zebedee (or fire on the earth). None.
The cursing (or first parable) of the fig tree. None.
Not one stone. None.
The birth pangs (or signs from heaven). None.
The abomination of desolation (or encircling armies). None.
The great tribulation (or days of vengeance). None.
False prophets. Luke 17.23.
Coming on the clouds. None.
The (second) parable of the fig tree. None.
Be alert. Mark 13.33.
Teaching in the temple. None.
The plot to kill Jesus. None.
The anointing of Jesus. None.
One of you will betray me. Luke 22.14.
Bread and cup. Matthew 26.20; Mark 14.17.
Jesus before the high priest. Matthew 27.1-2; Mark 15.1.
The buffeting (or smiting) of Jesus. None.
Peter at the fire. None.
To Pilate. Luke 22.66.
The crucifixion of Jesus. Matthew 27.48; Mark 15.36a.
The death of Jesus. Luke 23.36.
Watching from afar. Luke 8.3b.
The burial of Jesus. None.
The appearance to Mary Magdalene. Luke 8.2b.
The announcement to the eleven. None.
The great commission. Matthew 28.18-20.
Gospel epilogues. Mark 16.15-16.

Nota bene: Only the mixed synoptic parallels are listed; those from the gospel of John or other gospel sources are not.