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La Structure De Base Commune Aux Trois Sources

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In this chapter, to explain the situation of D in the three synoptics, the author recognizes the existence of three separate and independent sources: A-1, A-2, B. The observations specifies our orientation: thus it is necessary 1. to reduce each of the sources to their original starting point, 2. to see if the structure which results from it really serves as hinge around which all the materials included in the source is grouped and finally 3. to examine if the basic structure constitutes the meeting point among sources. Which literary formation can respond to all appearances of this summary in Part B and more particularly of undeniable link that Mark and especially Matthew established between this summary and mission set point? The framework presents a development stage of one of the sources which has not maintained in the other two synoptics. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: development stage; independent sources; literary formation; synoptics



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