The Synoptic Problem

by Jimmy Akin

in Bible, Synoptic Problem

Here is a series of posts I’ve been doing about the Synoptic Problem (i.e., the way in which the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke are related to each other):

GENERAL:

MATTHEAN PRIORITY OPTIONS:

The Augustinian Hypothesis:

The Griesbach Hypothesis:

The Orchard Hypothesis:

LUKAN PRIORITY OPTIONS

The Lockton Hypothesis:

    • Did Mark base his Gospel on Luke?

The Büsching Hypothesis:

    • Did Mark base his Gospel on Luke and Matthew?

MARKAN PRIORITY OPTIONS:

Markan Priority

The Two-Source Hypothesis:

The Farrer Hypothesis:

The Wilke Hypothesis:

    • Did Matthew Use Luke?

BONUS SECTION: John’s Gospel

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Sharon Petrakou September 27, 2014 at 6:29 pm

The links to Don’t Hate On Q and Was St Augustine…. don’t work.

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Jimmy Akin September 28, 2014 at 12:12 pm

Thanks, Sharon!

The link for Don’t Hate on Q is fixed, and the one on Was St. Augustine should be fixed once the post goes up (in a day or so).

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