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[Synoptic-L] acronyms and other abbreviations used on this site

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  • Brian E. Wilson
    Bob Heath wrote - ... Bob, I have found the following in fairly recent messages - .02 two cents worth 2DH Two Document Hypothesis 2SH Two Source Hypothesis
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 2, 1999
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      Bob Heath wrote -
      >
      >Would someone make definitive all of the initialed references used on
      >this site, such as GNH?
      >
      Bob,

      I have found the following in fairly recent messages -

      .02 two cents worth
      2DH Two Document Hypothesis
      2SH Two Source Hypothesis
      3SH Three Source Hypothesis
      AH Augustinian Hypotheis
      ALk Author of the Gospel of Luke
      AMatt. Author the Gospel of Matthew
      AMk Author of the Gospel of Mark
      AMt Author of the Gospel of Matthew
      ed. edited by
      ET English translation by
      FH Farrrer Hypothesis
      GH Griesbach Hypothesis
      GLk Gospel of Luke
      GMark Gospel of Mark
      GMk Gospel of Mark
      GMt Gospel of Matthew
      GN Greek Notes
      GNH Green Notes Hypothesis
      GNT Greek New Testament
      HJ Historical Jesus
      KJV King James Version (Authorized Version)
      Lk The Gospel of Luke
      LXX Septuagint
      MA Minor Agreement of Matthew and Luke against Mark in the triple
      tradition
      Matt. Gospel of Matthew
      Mk Gospel of Mark
      Mt Gospel of Matthew
      NT New Testament
      OT Old Testament
      Q hypothetical source - "quelle"
      SBL Society of Biblical Literature
      X-ism Mattheanism, Markanism or Lukanism.

      Best wishes,
      BRIAN WILSON

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    • Bob Heath
      Thank you for taking the time to send the references. peace be with you, Bob Heath
      Message 2 of 2 , Aug 2, 1999
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        Thank you for taking the time to send the references.

        peace be with you,

        Bob Heath
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        Brian E. Wilson wrote:
        >
        > Bob Heath wrote -
        > >
        > >Would someone make definitive all of the initialed references used on
        > >this site, such as GNH?
        > >
        > Bob,
        >
        > I have found the following in fairly recent messages -
        >
        > .02 two cents worth
        > 2DH Two Document Hypothesis
        > 2SH Two Source Hypothesis
        > 3SH Three Source Hypothesis
        > AH Augustinian Hypotheis
        > ALk Author of the Gospel of Luke
        > AMatt. Author the Gospel of Matthew
        > AMk Author of the Gospel of Mark
        > AMt Author of the Gospel of Matthew
        > ed. edited by
        > ET English translation by
        > FH Farrrer Hypothesis
        > GH Griesbach Hypothesis
        > GLk Gospel of Luke
        > GMark Gospel of Mark
        > GMk Gospel of Mark
        > GMt Gospel of Matthew
        > GN Greek Notes
        > GNH Green Notes Hypothesis
        > GNT Greek New Testament
        > HJ Historical Jesus
        > KJV King James Version (Authorized Version)
        > Lk The Gospel of Luke
        > LXX Septuagint
        > MA Minor Agreement of Matthew and Luke against Mark in the triple
        > tradition
        > Matt. Gospel of Matthew
        > Mk Gospel of Mark
        > Mt Gospel of Matthew
        > NT New Testament
        > OT Old Testament
        > Q hypothetical source - "quelle"
        > SBL Society of Biblical Literature
        > X-ism Mattheanism, Markanism or Lukanism.
        >
        > Best wishes,
        > BRIAN WILSON
        >
        > E-MAIL: brian@... HOMEPAGE ***RECENTLY UPDATED*** (AGAIN)
        > SNAILMAIL: Rev B. E. Wilson,
        > 10 York Close, Godmanchester, http://www.twonh.demon.co.uk
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