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critique of the Eschatological interpretation of the Lord's Prayer

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David Inglis, in his previous question, was referring to something of mine from 2014, namely, ""There is a continuity of proprietorship, as it might be, the
E Bruce Brooks
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Re: Psychology and Motivation - Matthew and Luke

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Thanks, Don. I like "The Hebrew Scriptures according to Matthew "! Chuck Sent from my iPhone ... Thanks, Don. I like "The Hebrew Scriptures according to
Chuck Jones
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Aug 17

FW: [Synoptic-L] The Sign of Jonah

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Ron, I was suggesting that the style in which of some of Sondergut Mt and Sondergut Lk material is written might suggest they came from the same source, even
David Inglis
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Aug 17

Criteria for sorting Lk material into ABC

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Thanks, Bruce for (again) pointing me to these resources. Thanks, Chuck Rev. Chuck Jones Atlanta, Georgia Sent from my iPhone
Chuck Jones
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Aug 16

John 20 and the composition dates of the gospels

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Great questions, David S. The oldest resurrection tradition is in I Cor. 15, where Peter is mentioned as experiencing the first vision of post-death Jesus.
Chuck Jones
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Aug 15

Women

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Emmanuel Fritsch cited Boismard to the effect that the women passages in Mark may be due to Lukan input. I very much don't think so. Further, I detect here
E Bruce Brooks
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Aug 15

sneak peak of my SBL paper: "What If the Gospel According to the Heb

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David I, I like the way you state the test. I also agree with you that the fact that we have only a small portion of GHeb makes the test much more difficult to
David Sloan
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Aug 14

Internal evidence for stratifying Lk

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The arguments for alteration of Mk that amounts to free composition are strong. The primary two being: (1) Every bit of the massive addition advances the
Chuck Jones
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Aug 10

Luke 18

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Thanks David. I've previously read other material from Abakuks, but wasn't aware of this book, although what may be effectively an 'intro' from 2006 can be
David Inglis
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Jul 14

Querying David Sloan's maximalist Q

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I may have expressed myself too concisely on a previous occasion. Let me repeat, doubling everything, and adding a line or two. Chuck Jones: Bidirectionality
E Bruce Brooks
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Jul 10

A Luke Postscript

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I’m pretty sure that I’ve just answered my own question. For example, compare Mt 8:6-10, 13 with Lk 7:3, 6-9. Mt and Lk both report the centurion’s words
David Inglis
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Jul 9

~~`RE: [Synoptic-L] The posited 'Mark and Second Source' hypothesis

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I wrote to David S: “ Mt 13:31-32 (the Mustard Seed) have clear parallels in Mk as well as Lk, so why do you indicate that the source is Q, not Mk? “ He
David Inglis
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Jul 5

Acts 20:28 Is it Atonement?

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Yes, much thanks to David Mealand.  Bruce, did you see what David said _ I and others have debated with you before that the Mark's lutron is not atonement,
don pachuta
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Jul 3

Re: [Alpha] Luke 17:37

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Thanks Geoffrey for mentioning 24:23 Always good to hear from you.  We wouldn't call it an ambiguity but Luke sometimes switches - In 24:4, the women are
don pachuta
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Jul 3

Luke 18 (A)

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Chuck, comments below (marked by ***). David Inglis, Lafayette, CA, USA From: Synoptic@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Synoptic@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Thursday, June
David Inglis
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Jun 29
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