Teaching with authority.
Matthew 7.28-29 = Mark 1.21-22 = Luke 4.31-32.
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Notes and quotes.
§ Matthew and Luke agree against Mark only once:
§ The Matthean notice
(and it happened that when Jesus finished these words)
and the similar Lucan notice
(when he fulfilled all his sayings) are
a repeated and
transposed formula. Matthew ends
each of his five discourses
in like manner. The Lucan phrase εν
(his word was with authority), as a match for the
Matthean and Marcan ην
(for he was teaching them as having authority,
and not as
§ This pericope is an example of a synoptic summary statement.
§ 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.