They suggested that neither Gospel drew upon the other, but upon a second common source, termed Q.
Herbert Marsh, an Englishman, is seen by some as the first person to hypothesize the existence of a "narrative" source and a "sayings" source, although he included in the latter parables unique to Matthew and unique to Luke.
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In his 1801 work, A dissertation on the Origin and Composition of our Three First Canonical Gospels, he used the Hebrew letter Aleph (א) to denote the narrative source and the letter beth (ב) to denote the sayings source.
The next person to advance the "sayings" hypothesis was the German Friedrich Schleiermacher in 1832.
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