Goulder and the Gospels: An Examination of a New Paradigm

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A&C Black, 01.12.1996 - 416 Seiten
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Goulder and the Gospels is the first comprehensive response to the radical challenge Michael Goulder has posed for New Testament scholarship. Goulder dispenses with all hypothetical sources-Q, M and L and postulates highly creative evangelists who write in the light of the liturgy. In this penetrating critique, Goodacre provides a critical overview of Goulder's work, focusing on several key areas, the vocabulary of Q, the language of the Minor Agreements, the creativity of Luke and the lectionary theory. He does not simply assess the plausibility of Goulder's ideas but also develops new ways to test them. The theories are sometimes found to be wanting, but at the same time Goulder is reaffirmed as one of the most important and stimulating Biblical scholars of this generation.
  

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Inhalt

Foreword by Michael Goulder
9
Chapter 1
17
Chapter
30
QC WORDS AND CHARACTERISTIC VOCABULARY
42
Chapter 3
89
DISTINCTIVE FEATURES IN L
132
Chapter 6
159
HUMAN CHARACTERS 4
166
Chapter 13
244
COMBINING SOURCES SPLITTING SOURCES
256
OTHER LUKAN FEATURES
265
Chapter 16
273
Chapter 17
294
REACTIONS TO THE LECTIONARY THEORY
304
Chapter 19
319
Chapter 21
335

Chapter 8
194
Chapter 9
202
Chapter 10
217
MUDDLE 9
230
ORATIO RECTA REPETITIONS 11
238
Chapter 22
355
Bibliography of Michael Goulder
370
Index of References
393
Index of Authors
414
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Über den Autor (1996)

Mark Goodacre is Associate Professor in New Testament, Department of Religion, Duke University.

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