Interesting Differences Between Luke & Matthew/Mark

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Re: Interesting Differences Between Luke & Matthew/Mark

#11 Post by Stranger » 1 year ago

He's not that far away, within the region, but I'll leave it there for now.

You have probably given talks at the KH he goes to.



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Re: Interesting Differences Between Luke & Matthew/Mark

#12 Post by Bobcat » 1 year ago

Discussion on Luke's use of soma ("body") at Lu 17:37 versus Matthew's use of ptoma ("corpse"/"carcass") at Mt 24:28 here. There is also a link in that post to further discussion of it on a different thread.


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Re: Interesting Differences Between Luke & Matthew/Mark

#13 Post by Bobcat » 1 year ago

Brief discussion on Matthew's "three days and three nights" versus how Luke phrased the same thing: Here.


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Re: Interesting Differences Between Luke & Matthew/Mark

#14 Post by Bobcat » 4 months ago

An interesting discussion on Reddit AcademicBiblical about the different genealogies for Jesus in Matthew and Luke: Here. See especially the first comment in the discussion. He/She has a lengthy post from some reference material.

Linked here for reference purposes.


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Re: Interesting Differences Between Luke & Matthew/Mark

#15 Post by Bobcat » 4 months ago

Linking to a thread that Amos started regarding "The Demon Possessed Man of Mark 5 and Luke 8": Here.

For additional reference to this topic :
Here is a comparison of the literary structure of the demoniac accounts in Matthew, Mark & Luke.

Here is a thread entitled: The Demoniac Account - What Can Be Learned?

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Re: Interesting Differences Between Luke & Matthew/Mark

#16 Post by Bobcat » 1 month ago

On Luke's "two will be in one bed" (Lu 17:34) versus Matthew's "two will be in the field" (Mt 24:40), see this post.


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Re: Interesting Differences Between Luke & Matthew/Mark

#17 Post by Bobcat » 2 weeks ago

Regarding a comparison between Mt 24:15 and Lu 21:20, see the discussion in this post.


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