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Mathean Redaction in Thomas

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  • Tom Saunders
    Andrew says: References to destruction are frequent in Matthew the absence here suggests that Matthew was not using a source containing destroyed . Because
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      Andrew says:

      References to destruction are frequent in Matthew the absence here
      suggests that Matthew was not using a source containing 'destroyed'.

      Because destroyed is at least implied here, by the act of up-rooting, could this be a matter of scribal error or omission, because destroyed is implied by the act itself?

      Tom Saunders
      Platter Flats, OK




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