Re: [Synoptic-L] Theory Types
Sorry to take one more stab at this, but I'm doing so because you never responded to this observation:
Implicit in posts from you and Mark Matson, the Griesbach hypothesis or any other version of Markan non-priority is not possible. You argued that it is obvious that Mark (1) was not written from sources and (2) is formatically different from Mt and Lk.
Would you agree to the above statement and make the implicit explicit?
Rev. Chuck Jones
"...2SH is the dominant Synoptic theory of our time, and it is obvious that most of the
listable alternatives, for which see conveniently Stephen Carlson's
http://www.mindspri ng.com/~scarlson /synopt/, involve Markan nonpriority....
"...Griesbach (2GH), or another Synoptic theory (Augustinian,
Büsching, Jerusalem, Lindsey, de Wette, Marsh, Parker II, etc) ... makes
Mark later than Matthew and/or Luke....
"Stephen himself, on the page above cited, calls 2SH "dominant," and lists
Griesbach (in America) and FGH (in England) as its main alternatives."
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