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Re: [Synoptic-L] archived message #3018 "Synopticists as Pentateuchists"

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  • Tim Reynolds
    ... I doubt that the evangelists would have considered Exodus and Deuteronomy collaborative texts. They didn t know about Higher Criticism. It was all Moses.
    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 8, 2003
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      on 9/7/03 3:42 AM, uneaq@... at uneaq@... wrote:

      > Mark Goodacre,
      > On Aug. 26, 1999 Jon Peters asks this question. "Does
      > anyone here know of a scholar who has argued that the synopticists got
      > together like a scribal circle collaboratively and wrote as they did, in
      > imitation of exodus and Deuteronomy ....?
      > I saw no response to the question, but I would like an answer
      > for myself about this, as I am of a like mind. Anyone? Paul
      > Buckley
      >
      >
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      I doubt that the evangelists would have considered Exodus and Deuteronomy
      collaborative texts. They didn't know about Higher Criticism. It was all
      Moses.

      Tim Reynolds
      LB CA USA


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