3820Re: [Synoptic-L] When is a parallel not a parallel? Also, when is a verse not a verse?
- Oct 6 8:15 AMCanonical Luke seems dependent. I like Klinghardt's proposal, which posits Luke and Matt to be dependent upon Mark and an early version of "Luke" that Marcion used.
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From: Chuck Jones
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Subject: Re: [Synoptic-L] When is a parallel not a parallel? Also, when is a verse not a verse?
There are indeed terminological issues here. An important word to add to the discussion is "dependence."
Lk generally demonstrates more freedom in his wording with pericope that also occur in Mt and Mk. When this happens in the triple tradition, as is the case in "armies surrounding Jerusalem" vs. "the abomination....," we learn at least that Lk is not the "middle term" of the synoptics, i.e., Lk is dependent on Mk or Mt or both or sumpin'.
Rev. Chuck Jones
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