Re: [Synoptic-L] Matthean & Johannine Account of Jesus' Baptism
- Yuri Kuchinsky wrote:
> Both Jn and Lk omit the baptism of Jesus by JB (in Lk, JB is already inI don't find a flashback at 2.21 awkward. He finishes up the John sequence
> prison when Jesus is baptised).
and begins the Jesus sequence.
> It isWhy a document?
> possible that all four NT versions of this scene are based on some original
> proto-gospel source document.
- Tim Reynolds wrote:
> "Brian E. Wilson" wrote:If the event elsewhere alleged indeed occured it would seem to have been
> > If we did not have the synoptic gospels, would it have occurred to
> > anyone reading the Gospel of John that Jesus was baptized?
between 1.27 and 1.29.
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From: DARYL K. BOWENS <job14_14@...>
Sent: Wednesday, September 06, 2000 2:19 PM
Subject: [Synoptic-L] Matthean & Johannine Account of Jesus' Baptism
> What are some things to consider about these two accounts that should be
> kept in mind? How can this apparent contradiction be explained?
One idea to consider, although I don't know what bearing it would have:
GLuke indicates that Miryam, mother of Jesus, and Elisheva, mother of the
Baptizer, were related.