7 Mins in - We meet the "certain hypocrites amongst the Pharisees" - literalisation of Jesus' parable of publican and tax collector (Luke 18:9-14) - "O Lord I thank thee that I am not like other men" [3 minutes long]Despite the Judean story's short running time, it's surprising that it is given so much attention in the study of Jesus films. For example, it gains a whole chapter in W. Barnes Tatum's excellent "Jesus at the Movies", as well as being included in many other discussions about films based on the life of Christ.
54 Minutes in - Marriage at Cana (John 2:1-11), (includes quote "Be ye harmless as doves (Matt 10:6) and the doves are actually shown), [3:30 minutes long]
64 Minutes in - "Glutonous and a winebibber" (Matt 11:19 ), Adulteress (John 8:12-11) [2:30 minutes long]
85 Minutes in - "Suffer (the) Little Children" (Mark 10:14) [15 seconds long]
138 Minutes in - Via dolorosa [30 seconds long]
159 Minutes in - Via dolorosa [10 seconds long]
171 Minutes in - Crucifixion [5 seconds long]
Within in those sparse 10 minutes Griffith actually uses episodes / quotes from all four gospels (five if you include the Gospel of Thomas), four of which are unique. So even with such a short screen time he offers a harmonised portrayal. Furthermore, he also removes three quotes from their original context. In other words this is a highly selective portrait of Jesus. The aim of this ultra-selective portrayal of Jesus is in order to co-opt him as a poster-boy for Griffith's anti-prohibitionist cause (then a very big issue). Personally I've never been a particular fan of this part of the story, for precisely this reason.
Tim Dirks has written a great review of Intolerance at filmsite.org.