5919Re: [Synoptic-L] Luke knew Matthew: Three versions
- Apr 10, 2001Thanks Mark for your helpful notes. Are there any interesting
non-scientific commonalities among the British representatives of the
Farrer-Goulder theory? Oxford is one. Did they all go to the same school or
I'm not meaning to ignore your comment by the way, it is just that Farrer
theory is much less clear than Farrer-Goulder (which non-advocates have
been using for a while). Should advocates be given automatic rights of
>The difficulty with treating the issue globally is that the FarrerThe alternative problem is that much of the evidence is somewhat similar.
>Theory is more closely related to the Two-Source Theory than it is
>to the Griesbach Theory since both Two-Source and Farrer make
>Marcan Priority foundational. Discussing Farrer alongside
>Griesbach does tend to obscure the extent to which Marcan
>Priority is foundational for the Farrer theory (cf. my "A Monopoly on
>Marcan Priority? Fallacies at the Heart of Q").
It is hard to imagine any discussion not being very repetitious. Anyway
I'll worry about later.
Dr. Peter M. Head
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