Goulder and the Gospels: An Examination of a New Paradigm
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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Foreword by Michael Goulder
QC WORDS AND CHARACTERISTIC VOCABULARY
DISTINCTIVE FEATURES IN L
HUMAN CHARACTERS 4
COMBINING SOURCES SPLITTING SOURCES
OTHER LUKAN FEATURES
REACTIONS TO THE LECTIONARY THEORY
allegory Bethsaida chapter characteristic of Luke characteristic of Matthew characters colourful details conclusion contrast Mt difficulty disciples discussion distinctive of Luke E.P. Sanders evangelist evidence foil questions Friedrichsen Further Gerhardsson Gospel Goulder gives Goulder lists Goulder says Goulder's argument Goulder's figures Goulder's thesis hapax Hawkins hortatory hypothesis Inclusio independent redaction inference introductions Jesus knowledge of Matthew lectionary theory lower-class Lukan Lukan words Luke's knowledge Mark and Matthew Mark-Q overlap Mark's Markan Markan priority material Matthean Matthean words Matthew and Luke Matthew and Mark mid-pericope midrash Minor Agreements muddle Neirynck occasions occurs parables passage Pentecost pericope Pharisees phrases plausible Prodigal Putting Q QC words re-introduction reference Rich Fool satisfy Hawkins's criteria semi-Lukan words semi-Matthean words soliloquy sources story strongly characteristic synagogue Synoptic Synoptic Problem teaching Test Testament theme Tuckett Two-Source un-Lukan Unjust Steward verse vocabulary
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