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[Synoptic-L] the failure of color coding

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  • Brian E. Wilson
    Brian Wilson wrote -- ... Stephen Carlson replied -- ... Stephen, I agree with what you say here, including the comment that non- parallelism similarity is a
    Message 1 of 19 , Aug 8, 2001
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      Brian Wilson wrote --
      >
      >In my view the synoptic problem is to put forward a hypothesis that
      >accounts well for the non-parallelism similarities, as well as for
      >the parallelism similarities, between the synoptic gospels.
      >
      Stephen Carlson replied --
      >
      >Phrased in this manner (though the term "non-parallelism similarity"
      >is a bit too infelicitous), the issue may have more relevance to
      >the synoptic problem, but it is important to remember that the
      >synoptic problem exists in the first place because of the so-called
      >"parallelism similarities," without which the so-called "non-
      >parallelism similarities" may be insufficient to establish that some
      >literary relationship exists between and/or among the synoptics.
      >

      Stephen,
      I agree with what you say here, including the comment that "non-
      parallelism similarity" is a bit too infelicitous. I will try and do
      something about that.

      Best wishes,
      BRIAN WILSON

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