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Nevertheless, these three approaches are both historically and methodologically distinct, and we examine each in turn. We begin with form criticism because, though arising only after the heyday of source criticism, it concentrates on the earliest stage in the process by which the Gospels came into being: the oral stage. This was the period of time before any substantial written accounts of the life and teaching of Jesus existed, during which the material that has become our Gospels was transmitted by word of mouth.
The so-called Scandinavian School, represented particularly in the work of Birger Gerhardsson, 15looked to key authoritative figures in the early church as the transmitters of the gospel tradition and argued that the process would have been akin to the transmission of the rabbinic traditions, in which both written materials and careful memorization would have played key roles. Criticism that this particular approach assumes a similarity between the scholastic setting of the rabbis and the more popular setting of early Christianity is warranted.
Look, your house is left to you desolate. ” But what makes the synoptic problem particularly knotty is the fact that, alongside such exact agreements, there are so many puzzling differences. In the incident cited in table 2, for instance, we note that Matthew omits the "I tell you” found in both Mark and Luke. And in the story from which the extract in table 3 is taken, Matthew omits the part about the paralyzed man’s friends opening a hole in the roof in order to let his mat down in front of Jesus.