the inclusion of the gospel used by Marcion. Th is gospel is not a redaction of Luke, but rather precedes Matthew and Luke and, therefore, belongs into the maze of the synop- tic interrelations. Th e resulting model avoids the weaknesses of the previous theories and provides compelling and obvious
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