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Re: [Synoptic-L] Does Matthew Depend on Mark?

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  • Stephen C. Carlson
    ... I doubt there is a list consensus on much at all, except that the synoptic problem is interesting. The majority of scholars, on and off this list, hold
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      At 01:18 AM 4/2/01 EDT, JFAlward@... wrote:
      >I've recently asked that members rebut my argument against claims of
      >"fatigue" in Matthew's gospels that another list member has advanced. Having
      >received no response, I wonder whether other members share my view that the
      >evidence of Matthew's dependency on Mark is weak. Does anyone believe this
      >is not the list consensus?

      I doubt there is a list consensus on much at all, except that the
      synoptic problem is interesting. The majority of scholars, on and
      off this list, hold that Matthew depends on Mark. The arguments for
      it are outlined in my page on the 2ST:

      http://www.mindspring.com/~scarlson/synopt/2sh/index.htm

      Stephen Carlson
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