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Division Mise En Relief Par Les Évangélistes

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After the visit to Nazareth, this chapter begins with a series of pericopes that Luke shares with Mark: the day of Capernaum, followed by departure for the ministry in Galilee. It has been that in Luke Part D is framed by the visit to Nazareth. In Mark, the Gospel division is underlined by double parallelism framing Part D: parallelism of events and literary parallelism. The brief analysis draws some conclusions to be considered in explaining the origin of division: From the perspective of ordinance, a division is evident in the materials of triple tradition; The behaviour of evangelists is the same in both parts; Matthew and Luke have expressed the freedom to dispose of the ordinance of D, independently of one another: the differences in D do not fall on same pericopes, he division is very clear. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: evangelists; events parallelism; Gospel division; literary parallelism; ordinance; pericopes

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