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  • Jesus, Rhetoric and Law

    Jesus, Rhetoric and Law
    Ian H. Henderson

    This book uses Greco-Roman theories and practice of gnomic speech to elaborate a rhetorical-critical model of the interaction of memory, performance and composition in the public discourse of Jesus and of both his oral and gospel-writing …

  • Introduction to the Synoptic Gospels

    Introduction to the Synoptic Gospels
    Pheme Perkins

    In this book respected New Testament scholar Pheme Perkins delivers a clear, fresh, informed introduction to the earliest written accounts of Jesus ?

  • Hultgren:narrative Elements Bznw 113

    Hultgren:narrative Elements Bznw 113
    Stephen Hultgren

    Many scholarly beliefs about the gospels that were not very long ago taken to be "assured results of scholarship" have been … and purposes of classical form criticism have led to new theories regarding the formation and transmission of the gospel tradition. … however, old and time-honored approaches to the study of the gospels continue to flourish and even take on new life. … Yet there is one assumption that seems Introduction to the Problem: Narrative Elements in Double Tradition.

  • Saint John and the Synoptic Gospels

    Saint John and the Synoptic Gospels
    P. Gardner-Smith

    This 1938 book reopened a question generally held to have been settled: the sources from which St John derived the material for his gospel.

  • 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 …

  • The Historical Jesus in Context

    The Historical Jesus in Context
    Amy-Jill Levine, Dale C. Allison Jr., John Dominic Crossan

    This book demonstrates that only by knowing the world in which Jesus lived and taught can we fully understand him, his message, and the spread of the Gospel.

  • The Use of the Bible in Christian Ethics

    The Use of the Bible in Christian Ethics
    Thomas W. Ogletree

    In recent American scholarship there has been a troublesome gap between biblical studies and Christian ethics. … It is difficult enough for a specialist in the study of the Synoptic Gospels to maintain contact with the leading questions in pentateuchal criticism without also … let alone to assess the respective merits of tradition criticism, redaction criticism, and literary criticism in the study of biblical texts.

  • Introduction to the New Testament

    Introduction to the New Testament
    Everett Falconer Harrison

    Thus it appears that with the passage of time the case for form criticism has been weakened. … 34 The time has come to shake off the inhibitions that form criticism has imposed on the study of the life and ministry of Jesus and to begin again to view it as a whole and as influenced … 345. of concentrating on the common tradition underlying the Synoptics, as 161 The Gospels REDACTION CRITICISM.

  • Criteria for Authenticity in Historical-Jesus Research

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

    Historical-Jesus research continues to captivate the interests of scholars.

  • Engaging the Word

    Engaging the Word
    Jaime Clark-Soles

    Critics of this view wonder, though, why Mark would omit so much of Matthew's and Luke's great material such as the infancy narratives and the Sermon on the Mount … Like the Two—Source Hypothesis but unlike the Griesbach Hypothesis, this assumes Marlean priority. … Jesus died around 30 CE; Paul wrote his letters in the 505; the Synoptic Gospels are gen— erally dated to 70—90 CE. … Form criticism is the branch of New Testament studies that attends heavily to that process.

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