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Printed Editions Of Greek Synopses And Their Influence On The Synoptic Problem

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Attempted literary solutions to the Synoptic Problem usually involve close observation of parallel texts. The text in the Aland Synopsis (= Syn), from the 9th edition, is based on the text to be found in Nestle-Aland 26th edition (NA26). The Huck-Greeven synopsis (= HG) has a text of its own. The publication of a new text of the Greek New Testament or a new synopsis is usually swiftly followed by a perspicacious analysis of that text in relation to the Synoptic Problem by Professor Neirynck in ETL. The chapter owes much to Neiryncks list of differences between Huck-Greeven and Syn found in ETL 58 pp. 123136. Professor Neirynck, one is interested in the minor agreements of Matthew-Luke against Mark.

Keywords: Aland Synopsis; Greek; Huck-Greeven synopsis; Luke; Matthew; Neirynck; Synoptic Problem

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