This interactive computer graphic shows the many parallels between the first three gospels. The content of the Gospel of Mark can be found almost completely in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke (green-yellow). Same passages are missing only in Matthew (red) or in Luke (blue). There is also much material shared by Matthew and Luke (violet). Every line represents a small segment from the Gospel Synopsis.
You can zoom into the graphic by clicking on a gospel section. In the zoomed view, a mouse click opens a Bible passage in the synopsis, where you can read it in context and compare it with its parallels.
(Olaf Jan Schmidt-Wischhöfer, 2009)