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  • The Place of the Gospels in the General History of Literature

    The Place of the Gospels in the General History of Literature
    Karl Ludwig Schmidt

    First published in 1923, the text laid out Schmidt's contention that the gospels represent a literary genre that does not derive from others in the ancient world.

  • Criteria for Authenticity in Historical-Jesus Research

    Criteria for Authenticity in Historical-Jesus Research
    Stanley E. Porter

    criticism"—with. emphasis. upon. the. individual. Gospel. writers. as. interpreters. and. shapers. of. tradition." This. new. criticism … Ruprecht, 1956; 2nd edn, 1959; ET Mark the Evangelist: Studies on the Redaction History of the Gospel [trans. … The final section of Bultmann's History of the Synoptic Tradition is entitled “Die Redaktion des Erzählungsstoffes und die Komposition der Evangelien (German pp.

  • Oral Tradition and Literary Dependency

    Oral Tradition and Literary Dependency
    Terence C. Mournet

    With this work, Terence C. Mournet contributes to the ongoing discussion regarding oral tradition and the formation of the Synoptic Gospels.

  • Studying the Historical Jesus

    Studying the Historical Jesus
    Darrell L. Bock

    His audience, however, is not limited only to evangelicals. This book, written for college and seminary courses, offers an informed scholarly approach that takes the Gospels seriously as a source of historical information.

  • The Gospel of Mark

    The Gospel of Mark
    William L. Lane

    In Gospel research, Marxsen contended, primary consideration must be given to this formation, i.e. to the tradition as laid … of redaction criticism consider the evangelistredactors to be the crucial figures in the formation of the Synoptic Gospels.

  • Thomas and Tatian

    Thomas and Tatian
    Nicholas Perrin

    This book proposes that the "Gospel of Thomas" depends on the second-century Syriac "Diatessaron," rules out Thomas as a meaningful source for Historical Jesus research, and suggests links between Thomas and other literature of the ancient …

  • Jesus and the Gospels

    Jesus and the Gospels
    Craig L. Blomberg

    A brief concluding section will scrutinize “canon criticism,” which flows logically from redaction criticism. It is the study of the canonizing process and canonical form of all of the Gospels put together. Luke … 1b–2)—the period of oral tradition. … 24 R. H. Stein, Studying the Synoptic Gospels: Origin and Interpretation, rev. ed .

  • Theology of the New Testament

    Theology of the New Testament
    Georg Strecker

    The following is an effort to determine the theological conceptions of the authors of the Synoptic Gospels. … criticism" does not have as its goal the delineation of the history of a form but rather to study the process of the oral transmission of various literary genres or forms. … More precisely said, redaction criticism investigates the relation of tradition and redaction by comparing the redactional work of the …

  • The crowds in the Gospel of Matthew [electronic resource]

    The crowds in the Gospel of Matthew [electronic resource]
    J. R. C. Cousland

    Annotation. Arguing that crowds in the Gospel of Matthew serve as a theological entity that represent the people of Israel (as opposed to their leaders), Cousland (classical, Near Eastern, and religious studies, U. of British Columbia, …

  • John s Use of Matthew

    John’s Use of Matthew
    James Barker

    In an ambitious reappraisal, James Barker demonstrates John’s use of the redacted Gospel of Matthew. After reviewing the history of interpretation on the question, Barker develops three case studies.

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