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136. The women purchase
of Christ, xvi, 1. $ 137. Resurrection of Christ,
and the first accounts of it
resurrection brought by Ma-
apostles, xvi. 9-11.
Ø 140. Christ shews himself
alive to the two disciples,
xvi. 12, 13.
the apostles, and to several
Ø 144. Christ shews bimself in
Galilee to all his disciples, on a mountain where Christ had appointed them, xxviii. 1620.
TABLE II. Professor Griesbach, who believed that St. Mark constructed his Gospel from those of Matthew and Luke, has drawn up a Harmony of these three Evangelists, in which he shews that, 24 verses excepted, the whole of St. Mark's Gospel is contained in those of St. Matthew and St. Luke. His whole scheme in detail may be seen in his Synopsis Evang. Matt, Marci & Lucæ, 8vo. Hal. 1776. From his Commentationes Theologicæ Dr. Marsh gives the following Table, which brings the whole into the narrowest compass. Let it be observed that the middle column contains the whole of St. Mark's Gospel : those to the right and left contain the portions of St. Matthew's Gospel and St. Luke's, which correspond to the stated portions of the Gospel according to St. Mark,
TABLE III. The following 42 sections extracted from Eichorn by Dr. Marsh, contain such transactions as are common to the three former Evangelists : St. Mark and St. Luke having precisely the same arrangement. From section 19 to the end, St. Matthew's arrangement is the same with that of Mark and Luke; but he has arranged the subjects contained in the 18 first sections in a different manner.
§ 1. John the Baptist, Mark i, 2 8. Luke iii. 1-18. Matt, iii. 1-12.
OF THE FOUR GOSPELS.
$ 4. Christ's return to Galilee, and arrival at Capernaum, Mark i. 14. Luke iv. 14. Matt. iv. 12, 13.
11. Preparation for the Sermon on the Mount, Mark iii. 7—19. Luke vi. 12--19. Matt. iv. 23—25.
22—45, (perhaps formerly Luke also.)
13. Arrival of the mother and brethren of Christ, Mark iji. 31–35. Luke viji. 19-21. Matt. xii. 46–50.
Matt. xix. 13_30. Mark x. 13–31. Luke xviji, 15–30.
delivers a parable, Matt. xxi. 23—27, 33–46. Mark xi. 27. xii. 12. Luke xx. 1–19.
35-37. Luke xx. 41--44.
39. He is seized by a guard from the chief priests, Matt. xxvi. 47–58. Mark xiv. 43–54. Luke xxii. 47-55.
See Dr. Marsh's Origin of the three first Gospels, p. 193.
HARMONIZED TABLE OF CONTENTS, &c.
The following Table represents the passages in our Lord's Sermon on the Mount, contained in Matt. v. vi. and vii. which are found in word or substance in the Gospel according to Luke, in the parallel passages here noted in a collateral column.
vi. 20, 21.
xvi. 18. vi. 29, 30. 27, 28.
See Dr. Marsh's Origin of the three first Gospels, p. 400.
It was intended to have given the General Preface, including an account of the different MSS. and Versions quoted in this work, at the end of this Gospel; but this could not be done without delaying the publication of this part too long. It shall be delivered with the Acts of the Apostles, and printed so, that it may be prefixed to the Gospel of Matthew. As the Book of the Acts is very intimately connected in its subject, with the Gospels, the General Preface will have respect to this also; and the present delay will be ultimately advantageous to this part of the Work.