The healing of the mother-in-law of Simon Peter.

Matthew 8.14-15 = Mark 1.29-31 = Luke 4.38-39.

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Notes and quotes.

§ I find one agreement between Matthew and Luke against Mark:

  • Mark 1.31 has αυτην, while both Matthew 8.15 and Luke 4.39 have αυτης. In Mark the accusative is the direct object. In Matthew the genitive indicates whose hand Jesus is touching. In Luke the genitive follows επανω.

§ This pericope is also available in a somewhat different format in a file supplied by a correspondent of mine named Ovadyah, who has modified certain synopses by S. C. Carlson in order to take broad text types into account.