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Streeter's ‘Other’ Synoptic Solution: The Matthew Conflator Hypothesis*

  • Alan Garrow (a1)

B. H. Streeter's Four Gospels has had a critical influence on the study of the Synoptic Problem. Unfortunately, this seminal work rests on two fundamental errors. When these are corrected, however, Streeter points to a fully satisfying solution to the Synoptic Problem: Mark wrote first, Luke used Mark and other sources and, at a later date, Matthew conflated Mark, Luke and other sources – including some also used by Luke.

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H. P. West Jr, ‘A Primitive Version of Luke in the Composition of Matthew’, NTS 14 (1967–8) 7595

E. von Dobschütz , ‘Matthäus als Rabbi und Katechet’, ZNW 27 (1928) 338–48

F. G. Downing , ‘Towards the Rehabilitation of Q’, NTS 11 (1965) 169–81

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New Testament Studies
  • ISSN: 0028-6885
  • EISSN: 1469-8145
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