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Différents Stades De Formation Dans C Et D

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From the comparison between Mt-Mc and Mc-Lc, in C, an interesting phenomenon is revealed. In C, Matthew and Mark have in common a quantity of pericopes that we do not find in parallel places in Luke. In part D, the resemblances that we raised goes rather in the direction opposite to those noticed in the C: Mark and Luke have more things in common than Matthew and Luke. This fact is evident from the viewpoint of ordinance of pericopes and from viewpoint of content of same pericopes. The divergence noticed in the links is difficult to explain other than by the supposition that the part C had an independent existence of D and that the part D is formed gradually, by insertion with spaced intervals, to allow the development to diverse insertion stages. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: formation stages; insertion stages; ordinance; pericopes

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