Existence of Q | Extent | Reconstruction | History | Literary Concerns | Theology | Bibliography

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The Purpose of This Site

My own study of Matthew's and Luke's gospels has led me to conclude that we have greatly underestimated the extent of Q. It is quite likely that Matthew only includes about half of Q, especially considering that Matthew is not following Q's order as he is Mark's. It is also likely that Luke has left out portions of Q, since Luke leaves out significant portions of Mark. Can we discover Q passages in Matthew's unique material and in Luke's unique material? In a couple of the technical arguments below I offer some criteria for doing this. More arguments will be added later.

Technical Arguments

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