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The Oxford Bible Commentary Line-by-line commentary for the New Revised Standard Version Bible.

References

References

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Dunn, J. (1983), ‘Let John be John’, in P. Stuhlmacher (ed.), Das Evangelium und die Evangelien (Tübingen: Mohr).

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——  (1979), The Gospel According to Luke (New York: Doubleday).

Franklin, E. (1994), Luke, Interpreter of Paul, Critic of Matthew (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Goodacre, M. (1996), Goulder on the Gospels (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Goulder, M. (1974), Midrash and Lection in Matthew (London: SPCK).

——  (1984), ‘The Order of a Crank’, in Tuckett (1984a).

——  (1989), Luke—A New Paradigm (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

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Lamar Cribbs, F. (1971), ‘St Luke and the Johannine Tradition’, JBL 90.

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Meier, J. (1982), ‘Antioch’, in R. Brown and J. Meier, Antioch and Rome (London: Chapman).

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——  (1979), ‘Once More the Symbol Q’, ETL 55: 382–3.

——  (1988), Duality in Mark (Leuven: Leuven University Press).

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Stuhlmacher, P. (1983), Das Evangelium und die Evangelien (Tübingen: Mohr).

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——  (1984a), ‘Arguments from Order’ in C. M. Tuckett, Synoptic Studies (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

——  (1984b), ‘On the Relationship between Matthew and Luke’, NTS 30.

——  (1987), Reading the New Testament (Philadelphia: Fortress).

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