> Ken Olson quotes :
> (_The Four Gospels_, 1924, p. 183).
> (_Four Gospels_, 212).
and says :
> Is Luke's non-Markan material inserted into contexts that have no special
> appropriateness or does it form a complete Gospel so considerable as to seem
> worthy not only of being compared with, but even of being preferred to, Mark,
> especially in matters of order? Streeter appears to hold conflicting opinions
> about the artistry of Luke's arrangement of the non-Markan blocks. It seems
> that a very questionable value judgment (to coin a phrase) is involved here.
Either I do not understand your comment on Streeter,
or I disagree with your interpretation of what he says.
both quotes speaks about the order of material in Luke, but :
In the first quote, the "inappropriate order" is the order of :
- non markan material present in Matthew (202, or 201)
- it is inappropriate in the Markan context
- in comparison with the context of same details in Matthew.
In the second quote, the appropriate order is the order of :
- Sondergut Luke (i.e. 200)
- appropriate in its own context
(=Lukan sondergut present an internal coherence)
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