Sunday, February 18, 2007
It's rather surprising that in hundreds of years of source criticism, no one has thought of this hypothesis before. But now it's so obvious!
Where is my evidence? Simple. The Parable of the Lost Sheep appears in Luke and Matthew, but not in Mark. But it does appear in Wikipedia. Likewise the Parable of the Talents appears in Luke and Matthew, but not Mark. But again, it is present in Wikipedia. Numerous similar examples abound in the three works.
I'm a genius! Now it's time to cash in on my discovery. Because, as we all know, the big money is in Biblical source criticism. I can finally get that lakehouse that I've always wanted, paid for by drooling seminarians who are forced to pay $85 for a fifty page book on the subject.