- Dec 22, 2013View Source
Re: [Synoptic-L] Deutro Mk, Proto Lk, LkA, Q, etc. A Common theme?David Inglis wrote:
I have no objection to Mk being based on an Aramaic source, but I just don’t see (for example) the so-called M and L material coming from the same place.
Nor do I. The main clues are surely to be found through an examination of an author’s aims and literary style. My view (which I think is in agreement with that of Michael Goulder), is that most of the M and L material was composed by aMatt and aLuke respectively. I also think that aMatt also composed some of the Double Tradition material such as the Temptations, the Centurion's Servant and the Parable of the Talents.