920Re: [Synoptic-L] Testing the 3ST
- Dec 15, 2007No need to do all the word counting yet. I think we have enough
information for a hand-waving approximate calculation.
I have to take the cat to the vet, but I'll come back to this soon.
--- In Synoptic@yahoogroups.com, Ron Price <ron.price@...> wrote:
> Dave Gentile wrote:
> > I was thinking of blocks that would need to be defined by being
> > contiguous in both Matthew and Luke. These blocks could be a
> > pericope, or a single saying found in both Matthew and Luke, but
> > a different context.
> Down to pericope or saying level there are I think 73 such blocks.
> > Those blocks are then assigned to sQ or xQ in whole or in part.
> > resulting number of blocks in each sQ and zQ are what we would
> > to count, I belive (as well as determine their length).
> I count 18 sub-blocks in xQ and 57 in sQ (thus indicating that
only 2 blocks
> were split between xQ and sQ). As for counting the length of each
> both Matthew and Luke, I could do the counts if and when you
> to make use of the information.
> Ron Price
> Derbyshire, UK
> Web site: http://homepage.virgin.net/ron.price/index.htm
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