Ron Price wrote:
I don't know what you count as "major". How about Mk 4:21 // Lk 8:16
with no Matthean equivalent in his redaction of Mark?
In this case Luke does know Mark (or proto-Mark) both order, and content.
However, in this case Luke has a duplicate at 11:33.
Luke's supposed aversion to duplication is not evident here.
To me this represents Luke's behavior when he DOES have the material
in 2 sources. He tends to put it in two places,
once in Mark's location, and once in his special section.
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