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Title: QMt and QLk and the Reconstruction of Q
Author(s): NEIRYNCK, F.
Journal: Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses
Volume: 66 Issue: 4 Date: December 1990
In my 1982 survey of the study of Q, the section on 'The Reconstruction of Q' could be written without mentioning QMt and QLk: 'Altough there is some hesitation one ore another isolated saying, a rather general tendency can be observed to include only passages attested by both Matthew and Luke abd to include all of them'. If Sondergut passages such as Lk 9,61-62 were taken into consideration, they were treated as part of the common source Q. The reader of the Logia volume (1982) will retain the impression that the contributors were much more interested in the composition of Q and pre-Q collections than in the problem of Q-recensions. This is also true of John S. Kloppenborg's more recent work on The Formation of Q (1987).