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"Minor Agreements" Und Die Hypothese Von Lukas' Kenntnis Des Matthäusevangeliums

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In the introductory chapter of his study on 'Minor Agreements' writes Andreas Ennulat, the 'small matches' posed a problem that it is "the fundamental explanations of the two-source hypothesis ago not likely to give". The existence of 'minor agreements' means (MAs) in itself for the two-source hypothesis (2QTh) no problem, but is presupposed hypothesis according. To explain the phenomenon of MAs has been off-particularly two hypotheses actively represented by the fran-zösichen more stages theories as challenger of 2QTh in the current discussion-one sees. Luke was in a contradictory position assuming that he had exclusively Mk front of you so it brought in one place (Mk 3:16 -18), the two apostles separated before, but in another place (Mk 1: 16-18) gave the Mk information apostles were brothers and were called as such in the joint haul, not unlike James and John. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: minor agreements; two-source hypothesis; Luke; Andreas Ennulat



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