Has the Q Source Been Under Our Noses All Along? Luke, Matthew, and the Didache

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Originally posted on Is That in the Bible?:

In this article, we delve further yet into the murky depths of the Synoptic Problem, and a new actor appears on the stage: an ancient work known as the Didache, or TheTeaching of the Apostles. (The name is usually pronounced “did-a-key”.) This was an ancient document that contained both ethical teachings and instructions for conducting church, and it may well date as early as the first century. Strangely, its relevance to the Synoptic Problem has been mostly overlooked until recently.

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Sun 28 June

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fruit basketBefore I forget – and the day gets too much older – we missed out on our gifts of fruit to Aratupu Pre-School and Nursery last Sunday – what say we do it this week?

We meet at 10.00am tomorrow morning, in the hall at the Knox Centre, 28 Bealey Avenue, for a Service of Worship led by Rev Dr Mary Caygill, followed by morning tea in the lounge with the congregations of Knox Presbyterian and St Luke’s Anglican churches.  See you there!

Sun 17 May

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bowl of fruitWill it rain  or will the sun shine?  The weather can’t seem to make up its mind this morning.  One thing’s for sure, though – this week is “Fruit Week” at Durham Street, and any gifts of fresh or canned fruit for the Aratupu Pre-School and Nursery received tomorrow will be delivered to Aratupu on Monday.

We look forward to seeing you at 10.00am, in the Hall at the Knox Centre, 28 Bealey Avenue, for our Service of Worship.

Sun 3 May 2015

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communion - 02It seems a while since I last sent out a reminder, and I wonder where the time has gone!  Anyway – there will be a Service of Holy Communion, at 10.00am tomorrow morning, in the Hall at the Knox Centre, 28 Bealey Avenue.  The service will be led by Rev Dr Mary Caygill, and there will be morning tea (with the Knox Presbyterian and St Luke’s Anglican congregations.

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