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Re: [Synoptic-L] Dating the NT

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  • Emmanuel Fritsch
    ... All I may say is that Tremontant s (not Tremontant) and Carmignac s theories are famous in France, but not well considered by historians. Emmanuel.
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 14, 2005
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      Bob MacDonald a écrit:

      > I have come across the name of Tremontant, Le Christ hebreu
      > 1986 - also Carmignac, Naissance des evangiles 1984 (cited
      > in the Ellul forum 2005 Issue 36). Both did some
      > retro-translation from the NT Greek to Hebrew - is this
      > worth pursuing? He seems to have a theory similar to Millard
      > (Reading and Writing in the Time of Jesus) that there were
      > earlier written records. What has become of the French
      > scholars and how are theories of greater note-taking
      > understood within the synoptic problem?

      All I may say is that Tremontant's (not Tremontant) and Carmignac's
      theories are famous in France, but not well considered by historians.

      Emmanuel.

      http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Claude_Tresmontant
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