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Beyond the Q impasse : Luke's use of Matthew : a demonstration by the research team of the International Institute for Gospel Studies

Author: Allan J McNicol; David L Dungan; David Barrett Peabody; International Institute for Gospel Studies.
Publisher: Valley Forge, Pa. : Trinity Press International, ©1996.
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Based on decades of painstaking, collaborative research, this volume claims a historic breakthrough in understanding the Gospel of Luke, that is, that Luke systematically and respectfully used sequences of material from the canonical Gospel of Matthew in writing his own Gospel. Contrary to the conventional scholarly opinion, the international research team that produced this study argues that there is no need to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Former Course Reserve reading
Ouvrages de controverse
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Beyond the Q impasse.
Valley Forge, Pa. : Trinity Press International, ©1996
(OCoLC)605405114
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Allan J McNicol; David L Dungan; David Barrett Peabody; International Institute for Gospel Studies.
ISBN: 1563381842 9781563381843
OCLC Number: 35714313
Description: xv, 333 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Our historical context --
Luke's use of Matthew --
Luke's use of non-Matthean tradition --
Luke's Compositional Techniques --
Major themes in Luke --
Key to the Component parts of our compositional analysis --
Part 1: Lk 1:1-2:52 Birth and infancy of John the Baptist and Jesus of Nazareth --
Part 2: Lk 3:1-4:16a The new era of salvation announced by John and Jesus --
Part 3: Lk 4:16b-7:15 The inauguration of the prophet-messiah's mission --
Part 4: Lk 7:16-9:50 Jesus is shown to be the son of God --
Part 5: Lk 9:51-19:27 Jesus journeys toward Jerusalem --
Part 6: Lk 19:28-21:38 The arrival of the prophet king in Jerusalem --
Part 7: Lk 22:1-24:53 The arrest, death, and resurrection of Jesus the King.
Responsibility: preface by William R. Farmer ; Allan J. McNicol, editor ; with David L. Dungan, and David B. Peabody.

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Based on decades of painstaking, collaborative research, this volume claims a historic breakthrough in understanding the Gospel of Luke, that is, that Luke systematically and respectfully used sequences of material from the canonical Gospel of Matthew in writing his own Gospel. Contrary to the conventional scholarly opinion, the international research team that produced this study argues that there is no need to suppose that Luke made any use of the Gospel of Mark or the hypothetical Gospel "Q". The volume thus takes Gospel studies beyond the theological impasse precipitated by the Q hypothesis toward a more rational understanding of Gospel-making activity of the earliest Christian generation.

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by D.Ingolfsland (WorldCat user published 2006-05-27) Very Good Permalink
For over 100 years the general consensus among biblical scholars has been that the writers of Matthew and Luke independently copied from and expanded on Mark's Gospel. The problem is, if Matthew and Luke had never seen each other's gospels, why is there so much material in Luke which is word-for-word...
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