Re: [Synoptic-L] was the earliest gospel Jewish Christian?
> From: Brian E. Wilson <brian@...>...
> To: Synoptic-L@...
> Subject: [Synoptic-L] was the earliest gospel Jewish Christian?
> Date: Sunday, March 05, 2000 11:27 AM
> This brings us back full-circle to the question from the beginning ofI agree with you, Brian. It seems like neither Markan priority nor Matthean
> this thread - "whether it is possible for the advocate of the
> Griesbach Hypothesis to give an irreversible directional indicator
> showing that Matthew did not use Mark". It would now appear that the
> fact that the Gospel of Matthew is relatively Jewish compared with the
> Gospel of Mark does not provide such an irreversible directional
> indicator. I would suggest that there is no such irreversible
> directional indicator that Matthew did not use Mark. I think the same
> is also true in the reverse direction - the advocate of the Farrer
> Hypothesis is unable to provide an irreversible directional indicator to
> show that Mark did not use Matthew either.
priority can be refuted conclusively. In fact it appears that both
positions have some validity.
Yuri Kuchinsky -=O=- http://www.trends.ca/~yuku
What are the things of long ago? Tell us, that we may
reflect on them, and know their outcome; or declare
to us the things to come -=O=- Isaiah 41:22