Date: Sat Oct 14 1995 - 21:12:37 EDT
I suppose this is a very "unscholarly" view, but none-the-less:
Is it possible that at least some of the apparant descrepancies between the
synoptics could be due to different occasions of very similar events? I
think we know from common experience, that we often have to repeat ourselves,
and it seldom comes out the same twice, at least it doesn't for me.
Aren't three authors going to present three different views even of the same
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