Michael Barber on the Synoptic Problem

Michael Barber has a great post with a series of diagrams about the ways in which the Synoptic Problem is allegedly “solved.” There is a definite evolution from simplicity to complexity in the range of solutions presented. It is a reminder of just how daunting the Synoptic Problem can be to first year students.

FWIW, at SBL, I’m giving a paper on the Holtzmann-Gundry Thesis (see here).

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