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To make this point, Luke contrasts Nazareth with Capernaum in verse 23d and underscores it by introducing the proverb about the unacceptable prophet in 24b. Jesus explains the meaning of this proverb in verses 25-27 with reference to miracles performed in ancient Israel. The miracles cited here, however, involved gentiles and not Israelites. That it is their exclusivism which is the stumbling block, is communicated by the fact that in the Lucan account the Nazarenes not merely took offence at Jesus (Mk 6:3), but tried to kill him (4:28-30).
4) Luke 4:43 mentions that Jesus had to preach in other cities as well. Luke 4:44 mentions that he preached in the cities of Judea. In both the Nazareth and Capernaum pericopes Luke explicitly points out (in opposition to Mark) that the latter were Galilean cities. Referring to the Judean cities, he contrasts them with both Nazareth and Capernaum. The 'preaching of the kingdom of God' likewise refers to Jesus' activities in both Nazareth and Capernaum. [Text-critical note: The main textual witnesses (e g p75, Sinaiticus, Vaticanus) support the reading 'rile;; • IouOaiac;; in 4:44.
3) Luke 4:16-30 represents a free redactional reconstruction (Weiterbildung) of Mark 6:1-6a (most commentators, e g Busse 1978; Bultmann 1967:31; Dibelius 1964:106; Tannehill 1972:52; Haenchen 1974:290; Schmithals 1980:61). That Luke somehow had Mark 6:1-6a in mind, is clear from his omission of the Marcan version from his own composition (between 8:56 and 9:1ff). At all events, in all three the theses Luke's version is seen as a redactional response to a Marcan text. Jeremias's (1980:119) investigation seems to support the first thesis and offers the following results: VERSE 16 17-21 4:22 4:23 4:24 25-27 28-30 CONTENT arrival in synagogue reading from Isaiah reaction of Nazarenes reference to Capernaum prophet without honour widow and Naaman rejection of Jesus TRAD/RED mainlytrad mainlytrad mainlytrad mainly red mainlytrad mainlytrad mainly red SOURCE Mk6:1a,2a Sondergut Mk6:2b,3 Lk Mk6:4 Sondergut Lk 30 Chapter two According to Jeremias, then, at least verse 23 (the reference to Capernaum) and verses 28-30 (the rejection of Jesus) reflect heavy Lucan redaction.
An attic cemetery by George Karo