6665Re: [Synoptic-L] are all parallelism phenomena bound to support the 2DH?
- Sep 6, 2001I'm not defining. See previous posting.
"Brian E. Wilson" wrote:
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> Brian Wilson wrote --
> >B. H. Streeter stated that the synoptic problem is to account for the
> >parallelism between the synoptic gospels, that is, for the observed
> >similarities and differences of wording (including similarity of order
> >[snip]) between the synoptic gospels.
> Tim Reynolds replied --
> >How about: "... the synoptic problem is to account for the fact that
> >the language is too similar to be unrelated and too different to be
> It seems to me that your definition does not take into account
> similarities between the synoptic gospels that are not parallelism. What
> about the similarities between the synoptic gospels other than
> similarities of language (or order of these similarities)?
> Best wishes,
> BRIAN WILSON
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