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Title: Matthew's Special Material in the Passion Story
Subtitle: Implications for the Evangelist's Redactional Technique and Theological Perspective
Author(s): SENIOR, D.
Journal: Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses
Volume: 63    Issue: 4   Date: December 1987   
Pages: 272-294
DOI: 10.2143/ETL.63.4.556343

Abstract :
In the past decade there has been an increasing number of redactional studies on the passion narratives. My own study on Metthew's passion which appeared in 1975 could be included in this trend. In his collection of essays, G. Stanton suggests that general agreement may have been reached in the case of Matthew's passion narrative. But if such a consensus exists, reactions to my own study indicate it is fragile. In fact some of the critical reactions might serve as a springboard for further consideration of issues posed by Matthean Sondergut.

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