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Indices De Différents Stades D'insertion Dans L'évangile De Matthieu

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Like the other two evangelists, and even more than these, Matthew was aware of unstable state of Part D. Our conviction is that Matthew represents a formation stage previous to that of Mark and Luke. The analysis of the narratives that are specific to Mark and Luke reveals that the pericopes were clumsily introduced into a group of summaries on ministry of Jesus. Is it possible to go back further in the history of the literary formation of this group of pericopes forming the frame of the day of Shambles and to join beyond the current formation of a more primitive formation stage by Matthew? The history of these groups before their inclusion in Gospels could be varied. The analysis shows a more important aspect: the mode of formation of the Part D. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: evangelists; formation stage; Gospels; inclusion stage; Jesus ministry; pericopes

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