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La Didachè Et Le Problème Synoptique

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The Didache is important for the history of the Gospel text in the Synoptic tradition. Attested by internal criticism and external criticism, seniority does provide a first-class testimony on the composition and distribution of this tradition in early Christianity. This chapter considers successively the relationship between it and the Didache and the contribution that it provides part-cons in the history of the text of the other synoptic Gospels. It certifies the various reconciliations with several foreign works to the New Testament Gospel text. But these comparisons do not suggest that the didachiste actually depends on these works, he was also able to inspire him. As well, the Didache never quotes the Gospel of John with which it has no particular affinity and the fact confirms, if need be, the authority of his testimony in the light of the Synoptic tradition and seniority his text in early Christianity.

Keywords: Didache; Gospel text; Synoptic tradition; early Christianity; New Testament



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