RE: [Synoptic-L] Synopses
- Why limit to 2 at a time. It seems to be if you did 3 at a time 3 times,
you'd be pretty neutral. I've tried for somewhat of a compromise in
my synopsis. Although Mark is shown entirely in order, passages
in the others that get broken up and scattered get their own table
too. Thus, for example, I have two synopsis showing the sermon
on the mount/plain, two showing the olivet discourse, etc. Of course,
my biases do still show through, especially since I also give a Q
and Special Matthew reconstruction too.
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