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Évolution Des Sources Utilisées Par Les Trois Synoptiques Pour La Partie D

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In this chapter, the author sees the need to compare different stages of development of the parts: it confirm us even more in the conviction of independence of these parts, once the distinction of parts in D is established. Indeed, the appearance of the same pericopes in the same order and at the same place in the three synoptics clearly suggests that, in the case of three patterns: A-1, A-2, B, it is a formation resulting from an evolution inside C, and not from units isolated and independent from any synoptic formation. If Luke's side is compared with that of Mt-Me; it is clear that for the first three elements, Luke is more developed than the other two evangelists. Due to the parallel development of Mark and Luke, the chapter concludes that these two evangelists depend on a source more sophisticated than originally known by Matthew. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: evangelists; pericopes; synoptic formation; synoptics



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