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Das Problem von Kurz‑ und Langtext in Lk 22,17–20 und das für Marcion bezeugte Evangelium

Zugleich ein Beitrag zur methodischen Kritik an bisherigen Rekonstruktionen desselben

The Problem of the Short and the Long Text in Luke 22,17-20 and the Gospel as Witnessed by Marcion

As well as a Contribution to the Methodological Criticism of the Former Reconstructions of Said Text
In: Novum Testamentum
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Jan Heilmann Technische Universität Dresden Dresden Germany

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Kevin Künzl Technische Universität Dresden Dresden Germany

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Abstract

This article reassesses the evidence for the text critical problem of the so‑called “short and long text” in Luke 22:19b–20. By means of a detailed analysis of the Patristic evidence and a critique of the reconstructions by Harnack, BeDuhn, Roth, and Klinghardt, the authors argue that the Gospel used by Marcion is an overlooked witness for the “short text.” The information that Tertullian gives about Marcion’s text either points directly to the “short text” or to a version of it showing influence from 1 Cor 11:23–25, and, hence, is similar to certain “intermediate” text forms that can be found in the Lukan manuscript tradition.

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