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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.
Although Wellhausen's suggestion seems reasonable, it has to be rejected, not only because of the total lack of textual witnesses, but also because the present text is the lectio difficilior. Although Wellhausen's reading would have made the contrast between Israel and the gentiles more emphatic, this point is still communicated by the present text (cf Lfle;; LlOwviac;; in v 26). 4). Furthermore, as Klostermann (1975:65) points out, Wellhausen's suggestion is implausible because €i<; Lap€Tt'tO U\<; LtOooviac; TtpO<; YUVcnKO xitpav corresponds with the formulation in 1 Kings 17:9-10 (LXX).
Lcx~ov €"Jti, €t"Jt€V DE:, €"Jtl €"tT\ "tpia). Consequently it is quite conceivable that Luke may have introduced the scriptural references himself. Although Jeremias's investigation has significant implications for the establishment of an assured minimum (gesichertes Minimum) of Lucan redactional emendations, his conclusion that Luke 'im ganzen die volkstiimliche Erzahlweise unserer Geschichte ... belassen hat' unjustifiably rules out the possibility that Luke could have used traditional terminology himself.