From: Stephen C. Carlson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Aug 27 1996 - 00:48:46 EDT
At 10:59 8/25/96 -0600, Jack Kilmon wrote:
>Stephen C. Carlson wrote:
>> I suppose a good control for Kloppenborg's method would be to extract
>> Mark from the contents of Matthew (assuming that Mark and Luke are not
>> extant). Would all the fulfillment quotations be put in a secondary
> If I catch your meaning correctly here, Stephen, maybe a
>reconstruction of the missing ending on Mark (after 16:8) could be
>extracted from Matthew if one uses the Markan style in the translation.
No, I was thinking of being able to extract Mark, Q, and M from Matthew
using K's analysis.
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