Mark, Matthew, and Q (source common to Matthew and Luke)

Bible Passage Approx. Date Description Satan: A Biography
Mark 1.12-13 AD 70 Jesus driven by Spirit to wilderness, tested by Satan; with beasts; ministered to by angels. p. 80-81
Q (hypothet.)
Matt. 4.1-11
Luke 4.1-13
AD 60
AD 80
AD 85
Three-part test of Jesus by Satan (in form of rabbinic debate). pp. 84-90
Mark 3.19-30,
Matt. 12.22-37
Luke 11.14-23
AD 70
AD 80
AD 85
Beelzebul, head demon, in charge of parasitic filthy spirits, is compared with Satan. pp. 82-83, 91
Q (hypothet.)
Matt. 6:13
Luke 11.2-4
AD 60
AD 80
AD 85
Our Father, do not bring us to the time of trial. Matt: But rescue us from "evil" (harm) or "the evil one" (Satan). pp. 91, 100
Mark 4.3-20
Matt. 13.18-43,
Luke 8:5-15
AD 70
AD 80
AD 85
Mark: Satan (Luke: the Devil) is the enemy who takes away the sown word; Matt.: the "evil" (harmful) one, i.e., Devil, snatches away what is sown, and sows weeds, i.e., children of the harmful one. pp. 83-84, 90-91, 97
Mark 8.33,
Matt. 16.23
AD 70
AD 80
Jesus rebukes Peter, calling him Satan [Matt.: and a roadblock (scandalon)], for trying to prevent his death in Jerusalem:
“Get behind me” (i.e., “Get out of the way”).
pp. 84, 89-90, 93
Matt. 25.41 AD 80 Sinners will go to the fire prepared "for" Devil and his angels. pp. 92-93