4795Re: tc-list Mt 23:26
- Oct 9, 1998On 7 Oct 98 at 21:44, Carlton Winbery wrote:
> I wonder also if Luke 11:39 might have influenced a scribe or the traditionOn the first point, the IQP's Critical Text of Q 11.39b reads THS PAROYIDOS
> behind both Luke and Matt (maybe Q?). In Luke there a different word for
> plate, TOU PINAKOS. Perhaps someone will also straighten out the fact that in
> Luke, they are commanded to give those dirty things inside the cup for alms.
with Matthew rather than TOU PINAKOS with Luke. I am interested by the
suggestion that Q might have influenced a scribe of Matthew (if I read the
words above correctly) -- on what grounds could one establish the likelihood of
On the second point, it seems more likely that Luke 11.41 is referring to the
inner Pharisee than to the inner cup. Turner suggests that one take TA ENONTA
as an adverbial accusative, thus TA ENONTA DOTE ELEHMOSUNHN will mean something
like "Give alms inwardly", a theme with a clearly Lukan character and
paralleled not far away in 12.33-34. Thus we should probably see Luke 11.41as a
Lukan redaction of the saying found in Q (so Tuckett and Kloppenborg) or
Matthew (so Goulder).
Dr Mark Goodacre mailto:M.S.Goodacre@...
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