Texts and Synopses

Web Sites

My listing of good, on-line versions of the Greek New Testament.

My listing of good, on-line versions of Bible translations and editions.

Edited by John W. Marshall: a terrific “HTML presentation of the Five Gospels” (four canonical + Thomas) in English “designed to be a teaching tool for introductory level classes in New Testament and Christian Origins”.

By Ben C. Smith: a superb resource which enables one to view the Synoptics in parallel in Greek and English, and then to add colour according to a variety of colour schemes. You can call up parallels either by beginning from the Itemized Itinerary or you can begin from an Inventory of Matthew or of Mark or of Luke. This Synoptic Project is not yet complete, but there is already enough done to confirm that this is likely to be an outstanding resource.

By Stephen Carlson: is an exciting, ongoing project to construct a coloured Greek Synopsis. Note now also the newer version, Parallel Synoptic Table

By Mahlon Smith: a fine-looking coloured Greek and English Synopsis also featuring appended exegesis — strongly recommended. This is part of Smith’s excellent Synoptic Gospels Primer — scroll down a bit for the Synopses.

Robert Fowler’s transcription of the Gospels and Acts in Greek on the web using the SPIonic Font.

Older Works

Ernest DeWitt Burton & Edgar J. Goodspeed, A Harmony of the Synoptic Gospels in Greek. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1920).

Albert Huck & Ross L. Finney, Huck’s Synopsis of the First Three Gospels, Arranged for English Readers. (Cincinnati: Jennings and Graham; New York: Eaton and Mains, 1907).

Albert Huck, Synopse Der Drei Ersten Evangelien: Als Anhang: Die Johannesparallelen. (6. Auflage.) (Tübingen: J. C. B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck), 1922).

Shailer Mathews & Edgar J. Goodspeed, The Student’s Gospels: A Harmony of the Synoptics, the Gospel of John. (2nd ed.) (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1934).

Edward O. Stevens & Ernest de Witt Burton, Harmony of the Gospels. (9th ed, revised.) (London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1910).