The preaching (or teaching) of Jesus.
Matthew 4.12-17 = Mark 1.14-15 = Luke 4.14-15 (John 4.1-3).
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Notes and quotes.
§ The contents of Luke 4.15 find a parallel in Matthew 4.23 = Mark 1.39. I have, however, coded Luke 4.15 as purely Lucan in my synopsis because Luke 4.44 also parallels Matthew 4.23 = Mark 1.39, and belongs to the same pericope. An outdated version of this synopsis in which the cross-parallels are laid out is available.
§ I note the following agreements between Matthew and Luke against Mark:
This second example is one of my major agreements.
§ The phrase απο τοτε ηρξατο (from then he began) in Matthew 4.17 is a formula repeated in Matthew 16.21. The phrase ηγγικεν η βασιλεια των ουρανων (the kingdom of the heavens has come near) in Matthew 4.17 = Mark 1.15 is a repeated and transposed formula which occurs also in Matthew 3.2; Matthew 10.7 = Luke 10.9, 11.
§ From Justin Martyr, Dialogue with Trypho 51.2, writing of Jesus:
§ This pericope is an example of a synoptic summary statement.