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The Progressive Publication of Matthew

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Fresh research, advancing further the work of numerous scholars over a great many decades, points convincingly to a new basis for explaining the Synoptic Problem: the Gospel of Matthew was published in stages.

Scholars have long debated the Synoptic Problem--questions about why and how the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke share so much common material, and yet differ in s
Paperback, 624 pages
Published December 1st 2010 by B&H Academic (first published November 29th 2010)
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Phil Barnes
An Alternative View to Markan Priority

This is not an easy read (or at least it wasn't easy for me). It is also rather long (almost 600 pages of text).
However, the author provides a very compelling case for the idea that Mark was the third Gospel written and not the first as is so often asserted and even assumed. If you are interested in NT scholarship - especially in regard to the "Synoptic Problem," then I recommend this book.
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