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Ten of these fifty examples could be explained on the 2DH as due to dependence on Mark, but this is not possible for the other forty instances. If Matthew is correcting Mark's idiomatic Greek, why does he introduce the same idiom forty times elsewhere? Further, Luke's procedure is hard to understand if he is using Mark as a source. Farmer observes that there are thirteen instances of the historic present in Acts, and six times in his gospel Luke has copied this usage from his special source material.
The success of his thesis depends largely on the plausibility of the reasons he gives, since simply listing the changes made can prove nothing. First, he says that it was one of Luke's general rules to change the context of a pericope when he used a different, but parallel, tradition. This then explains the different positions of the genealogies, the call of Peter, the rejection at Nazareth and the story of the Great Commandment. '36 but quite how far this gives a real reason for Luke's changes is not clear.
G. some of the woes in chapter xxiii, or the particularism in x. 5). g. the stories about the Sabbath (ii. 23 - iii. 6),the food laws (vii. 1-23) and the debate on divorce (x. 1-10). The result of this section is that Farmer's argument for the validity of the GH based on the ordering of material in Mark needs a great deal more demonstration if it is to be made convincing. In particular a detailed account of the reasons behind Mark's omissions is still required. A simple appeal to the phenomenon of lack of agreement in order between Matthew and Luke against Mark cannot of itself prove the validity of the GH without the proofs becoming fallacious.
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