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Quand a Pris Naissance La Source à L'origine Du Fait Synoptique?

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The synoptic problem is primarily a problem of sources. The solution to this problem depends on the answer that we give to three basic questions: 1. the basic structure is identified with one of current Gospels or with an earlier Gospel therewith? 2. What is the extent of this source? Does it contain all materials of the triple tradition? 3. How many sources are needed to explain the synoptic fact? One of the main characteristics of the period, is that the history of the formation of Gospel-type involves the synoptic fact only indirectly, because all literary modifications which this Gospel undergone in course of its formation concern only the formation of this source and do not enter cause for explanation of the synoptic fact. The purpose of synoptic research is to define source or sources which report for the fact. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: current Gospels; synoptic fact; synoptic problem; synoptic research



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