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Sources for Mt

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Jeffrey, The basis for the comment is the large body of post-Bultmann work on the development of GJn. Most GJn scholars today see the book developing in at
Chuck Jones
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4:44 PM

FW: [Synoptic-L] The Sign of Jonah

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Ron, you are of course correct about the doublets in Luke, that: "one always occurs in a Markan block and one in a non-Markan block" (except Lk 14:11 /
David Inglis
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Apr 21

Didache and Luke

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The article is cited came out last Summer - so no published responses as yet.
alan.garrow
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Apr 19

ἐν τῇ καρδίᾳ τῆς γῆς

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Thanks David S. I have not looked into this before, so thanks for your reasoning. Basically, I don’t have enough knowledge of the details of Q to say who I
David Inglis
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Apr 18

Jesus use of "Son of Man" to refer to someone other than himself

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Hi Jeffrey: As you know my position is that Jesus is referring to himself as the bar nasha of Daniel and Enoch. Regards, Jack Kilmon Houston, Texas ... From:
Jack Kilmon
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Apr 12

Respectful Discourse Policy

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I note with interest that in response to my note thatthere is no evidence that Jews /in Jesus' day/ expected the deliverance of bread to be something that God
Jeffrey Gibson
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Apr 11

What is Jesus doing in saying δὸς ἡμῖν σήμερον τ

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When I mentioned the “lehem mahar” issue I did indicate that I had reservations about it and that was why I emphasized the word _if_. However Jerome’s
MEALAND David
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Apr 11

Harnack on Lk. 11:3

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Jeffrey, yes, Roth (in common with the majority) believes "that Luke preceded Marcion and that Marcion truncated Luke." It is my opinion that what can be
David Inglis
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Apr 10

Matt. 12:40 -- the referent of "Son of Man"

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... And this would be a bad think why? ... I'm just exploring the idea of how what Jesus is saying is that "just as Jonah was subject to tribulation for his
Jeffrey Gibson
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Apr 9

Luke and eschatology

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... Thanks! Jeffrey -- Jeffrey B. Gibson, D.Phil. (Oxon.) 1500 W. Pratt Blvd. #1 Chicago, IL 60626 jgibson000@comcast.net On 4/3/2017 1:48 PM, Greg Crawford
Jeffrey Gibson
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Apr 3

Matt 11:18-19//Lk 7:33-34

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Suppose we accept all the claims that the master and his disciples were not in need of funds or bread. How then would we fit into this picture various other
MEALAND David
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Mar 17

What if the Gospel according to the Hebrews Was Q?

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David S, I think your point depends on the definition of a literary relationship between GEbi and Mark. What I did say is that there is no evidence that one
David Inglis
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Mar 13

a hidden assumption in the eschatological interpretation of the "tem

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Yes, I have for some time been impressed by the deft way Fitzmyer circumnavigates protological thinking in the NT by invoking later logical distinctions from
MEALAND David
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Mar 3
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