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RE: [Synoptic-L] On sifting Source from Sondergut

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  • David Mealand
    The varying figures for words (or verses) to be allocated to different Synoptic categories are not easy to resolve. Poirier (CBR 2008, 101ff) has a good
    Message 1 of 20 , May 12, 2013
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      The varying figures for words (or verses) to be allocated
      to different Synoptic categories are not easy to resolve.
      Poirier (CBR 2008, 101ff) has a good discussion of Denaux’s
      criticisms of Bergemann on Q. Denaux himself (NovT 1995)
      gives a list of which pericopes in Luke would satisfy B’s
      requirement of c.70% or above agreement. The list is
      at least one place where one can find some sort of answer
      to which passages have very high Lk//Mt agreement, though
      D is critical of B’s reliance only on agreement in form. Also
      D points out that one can find very high and very low levels of
      agreement _both_ in Lk//Mt (only) pairings, and _also_ in sayings
      material involving Lk//Mk and Mt//Mk. Again D also rightly
      points out that comparing Lk//Mt where Mk is present would
      be better, and tends to yield lower levels of agreement. This
      tends to show that the two redactors sometimes follow their
      source(s) closely sometimes very much less closely. (Though
      some of us think of one, and some of two sources.)

      This is the list of high agreement pericopes
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      Luke//Mt %agreement (sorted)

      16 13 (96%/100%)
      11 24-26 (95%),
      3 7-9 (94%/95%),
      13 34-35 (87%),
      10 12-15 (83%),
      3 16b-17 (81%),
      7 24-28 (80%),
      1134-35 (80%),
      12 39-40,42b-46 (80%),
      10 23b-24 (77%),
      7 6c-9 (76%/91%),
      1129-32 (76%),
      6 41-42 (74%/80%),
      10 21-22 (72%/78%),
      12 22b-31 (72%),
      11 9-13 (71%/72%),
      6 40 (71%),
      6 45 (69%),
      9 57-60 (66%/73%)?,
      (refs are to Lk, where two figures are given
      the second is the %agreement in Mt).

      (The list has tabs in it so there is no knowing
      what the internet will do to its format.)

      David M.


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