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  • Brian E. Wilson
    Stephen Carlson wrote - ... Rolland s synoptic hypothesis does not explain the existence of the so- called Mark-Q Overlap passages. Perhaps he needs to posit
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      Stephen Carlson wrote -
      >
      >Rolland postulates four (4) additional documents. These documents are:
      >
      >1. Q: associated with the "God fearers", a universalist Tendenz, and
      > Caesarea. Used by Matthew and Luke.
      >2. D: the Gospel of the Twelve, associated with the Jerusalem community
      > in the first chapters of Acts. Used by H (=proto-Matthew) and P
      > (=proto-Luke).
      >3. H: a Hellenist Gospel, associated with the Seven of Ac6:1-6, with
      > Q's universalism, and Antioch. A proto-Matthew used by Matthew
      > and Mark.
      >4. P: the Pauline Gospel, associated with exorcisms, missionary boldness,
      > Pauline vocabulary contacts, Philippi, and Ephesus. A proto-Luke
      > used by Mark and Luke.
      >

      Rolland's synoptic hypothesis does not explain the existence of the so-
      called "Mark-Q Overlap" passages. Perhaps he needs to posit another four
      hypothetical documents to overcome this difficulty?

      Best wishes,
      BRIAN WILSON

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