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  • Re: Symmetry and asymmetry in source doublets

    Bruce, An interesting note with excellent observations. You did not, however, address the doublets in Lk, other than to observe that there are fewer of them.

    chuckjonez 4 days ago
  • Re: Symmetry and asymmetry in source doublets

    Ron Price (below) makes a point regarding the placement of doublets in Lk, specifically regarding the 'Travel Narrative' (or the 'Journey to Jerusalem'). Most

    djino1 4 days ago
  • Re: Symmetry and asymmetry in source doublets

    David Sloan wrote: Harry Fleddermann explains Matthew¹s tendency to create ³redactional doublets² in his commentary on Q (p. 55). Ron replies: It is true

    ron18price 4 days ago
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Synoptic-L is an academic list devoted to scholarly discussion of the Synoptic Gospels. Its purpose is to provide a forum for questions relating to the exegesis of Matthew, Mark and / or Luke, using and analysing the standard critical tools and methods, with a special emphasis on the interrelationships among the Synoptics. Those who would like to apply for subscription should bear in mind that Synoptic-L is an academic list and that contributors are expected to be professional scholars or graduate students who are familiar with the sources, tools and methods used in the critical study and exegesis of the Synoptic Gospels. All subscribers are bound by Synoptic-L Protocol when contributing to the list. For more information, see http://markgoodacre.org/synoptic-l.

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