The cursing (or first parable) of the fig tree.
Matthew 21.18-22 = Mark 11.12-14, 19-24 = Luke 13.6-9.
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Notes and quotes.
§ I note the following agreement between Matthew and Luke against Mark:
- The pericopes are not actually parallel, but Matthew 21.18 and Luke 13.6
both have δε (but or and)
where Mark 11.12 has και (and).
A common agreement.
§ The cursing of the fig tree
is intercalated with the temple
incident in Mark.
§ Thomas 48:
Jesus said: If two make peace with one another in
this one house, they will say to the mountain: Move away, and it will
§ The Shepherd
of Hermas, Similitude 6.3.6b:
And they serve the Lord thenceforward with their
clean heart and have a clear path in all their actions, receiving from the
Lord all things, as many as they ask. And then they glorify the Lord because
they were delivered over unto me, and they no longer suffer anything of
what is evil.