See Baird 305; Kümmel 148–49. Please see the symbol key for an explanation of the diagrams in this post series.
I think Christian Wilke allowed also for Matthew’s use of Luke for his second (final) draft.
Good catch, Tim. Unless I’ve read over it multiple times, Kümmel strangely omits mentioning this part of Wilke’s theory. The central section of his Urevangelist for this point seems to be pp. 691–92 (HT: Baird).
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