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3558Re: [Synoptic-L] Re: Did Luke use Matthew ?

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  • Maluflen@aol.com
    Jan 1, 2000
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      In a message dated 1/1/2000 6:13:18 AM Eastern Standard Time,
      ron.price@... writes:

      <<
      >2. The Q material is found in a different context in Luke.>
      This is true of the core sayings material, and it constitutes evidence
      for the existence of a sayings-only source, which I have called "sQ".
      But the Baptist's words and the Temptation story are in the same
      context, and the Centurion's Servant comes shortly after the great
      Sermon in both Matthew and Luke. Au_Luke took all three (Baptist's
      words, Temptation story, Centurion's Servant) from Matthew.>>

      There is an incoherency in the above response, taken as a whole. If one
      admits, e.g., that the Centurion's Servant story comes to Luke from Matthew,
      then it is clear from his handling of Matt 8:11-12 (removal to a totally
      different context in 13:28-29) how Luke treats lengthy "sayings" material
      from Matt, and this explains the relationship of Luke's "Q" material to
      Matthew's without the need to hypothesize a "Q" document separate from
      Matthew itself. So the fact that the "Q" material is found in a different
      context in Luke does not "constitute evidence
      for the existence of a sayings-only source".

      Leonard Maluf
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