The Farrer hypothesis (also known as the Farrer-Goulder-Goodacre hypothesis) is the theory that the Gospel of Mark was written first, followed by the Gospel of Matthew and then the author of the Gospel of Luke used both Mark and Matthew as source material. This theory is refuted.
This page covers how Luke-Act Primacy exemplifies the core fundamentals of Apostolic Christianity. The spectrum of critical vs. uncritical New Testament thought is discussed and illustrated. Other considerations for Luke-Acts Primacy are also listed.