You either can use the Gospel Synopsis, a required text for this class, or the following from the University of Toronto. For the Gospel Synopsis, use the . Please click on for brief instructions by Whitlock for the Gospel Synopsis and website.
(4) Share the differences you find between the two passages from Luke and Matthew. Find even the smallest detail. Then share why you think Luke did what he did with his sources (compared to Matthew). This is the heart of redaction criticism. Luke is not ignorant. He is choosing small details in order to impact his story. Here are some things to think about (you need not answer all of these):
(5) In order to receive full credit (20 points), I expect at least three posts. If you feel like the group has already identified all the differences, there is still plenty to discuss and theorize over why Luke made his choices.
(6) Be prepared to summarize what your small group has found for the group you will be placed in on Wednesday.
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