THE  SOURCE OF THE GOSPELS IS THE HOLY  SPIRIT.

    Jesus says,

         
“The Comforter, the Holy Spirit whom the Father will send in my name, He shall teach you all things and will bring all things, to
     your remembrance, everything I have spoken to you.”
(Jn.14:26) 

        The Holy Spirit brought all things to the disciples remembrance. Who is the source of the Gospels? It is the Holy Spirit. Jesus is
     addressing the apostles. Since the Holy Spirit brought Jesus' words to each apostles remembrance what need did they have to copy
    Jesus' words from each another? Do you think an editor would ever include such as statement? It would deny his work.
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                                     THERE ARE FOUR SEPARATE WRITERS.
         For no editor would think of drawing an important quotation: a climatic quotation from (Jn.2:19), forming part of the plot, and put
     it in other books.
(Matt 26:61 & Mk 14:58)  He would quote from the same book. He would put the original statement and its quote in the
     same book, otherwise it takes away from the literary qualities.
Without literary dependency there can not be an editor, because an 
     editor takes a portion of one document and adds it to another document: i.e copying. The way dialogue is intertwined in the Gospels
     absolutely rules out literary dependency.

   MOREOVER
     John says

       
“there are many other signs which Jesus did in the presence of His disciples, which are not written in this book.”  (Jn.20:30)

          If, as some say, an editor, compiled this Gospel as much as 200 years after the event, how would he know that Jesus did many
     other things, even it were only after 20 years. A collection of sayings could not include a saying like that. But if a redactor did have
     other material, a "Q" source, it would never be discarded, because that material would have not only equal standing but greater
     standing as that recorded in the Gospels i.e as the word of God. But no remains of a written "Q" source have ever been found.
 
     We must consider the Jews to be faithful in their keeping of the Scripture, (Rom:3:2) because Jesus condemned them for many
     things but not for a failure to keep the Scriptures intact. The Galileans, although somewhat despised, nevertheless were Jews and
     they would keep the same  tradition of reverential care for the Scriptures.

   
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THERE IS NO "Q" SOURCE.
THERE IS NO REDACTOR.
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