synoptist


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synoptist

a Biblical scholar who arranges side-by-side excerpts from the first three Gospels to show their resemblances in event, chronology, and language. — synoptic, adj.
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It was as if the synoptist said, 'Yup, that's right.
While highlighting the differences between John and the Synoptics, he argues that "in Johannine Christology many concepts in the synoptists were adopted and further developed" (243).
Later in the verse, Mark's [epsilon][iota][zeta] was altered to [epsilon][pi][iota] both by the other Synoptists and by later manuscripts of Mark.