The Mark-Q theory specifies that aMatthew and aLuke had identical sources: Mark and Q, and yet they produced vastly different results. These include almostdjino1
Perhaps Kloppenborg marks the baptism as doubtful because there could have been some other way of introducing the concept that Jesus is the son of God. I amdavid_b_sloan
Thank you David S. Good point. If Q existed then the baptism must have been in Q because of Q 4:3 and 4:9. Hence the baptism is a Mark-Q overlap. Yes? Put likedjino1
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