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Comparaison Entre Synoptiques (suite)

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By comparing Matthew and Mark, the division of Gospel appears even more clearly. In fact, we find a greater conformity between Mark and Matthew than between Mark and Luke, as Matthew and Mark have a story of very similar passion. This chapter finds two differences: the pericope on the withered fig tree and the pericope about the persecution of missionaries. Particular divergence between Matthew and Luke deserves to be reported here. Moreover, transpositions are themselves different in the two evangelists; this clearly indicates that they are made independently of each other. The comparison of evangelists showed us more clearly the existence of common division in the Gospel. The chapter shows how each evangelist, in his special way, strongly emphasized this division. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: evangelists; fig tree; Gospel division; missionaries; synoptics

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