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Is there a synoptic problem? : rethinking the literary dependence of the first three gospels

Author: Eta Linnemann
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : Baker Book House, ©1992.
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Theological science as research : a historical review -- New Testament criticism in academic studies -- The composition of Matthew and Luke -- Commonality in the narrative thread of the Synoptic Gospels -- The extent of parallelism between Matthew, Mark, and Luke : a longitudinal investigation -- Quantitative synoptic comparison : a representative cross-section -- The significance of the extent of similarities in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Linnemann, Eta.
Is there a synoptic problem?
Grand Rapids, Mich. : Baker Book House, ©1992
(OCoLC)647105023
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eta Linnemann
ISBN: 0801056799 9780801056796
OCLC Number: 25548545
Notes: Translation of: Gibt es ein synoptisches problem?
Description: 219 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Other Titles: Gibt es ein synoptisches problem?
Responsibility: Eta Linnemann ; translated from the German by Robert W. Yarbrough.

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Theological science as research : a historical review -- New Testament criticism in academic studies -- The composition of Matthew and Luke -- Commonality in the narrative thread of the Synoptic Gospels -- The extent of parallelism between Matthew, Mark, and Luke : a longitudinal investigation -- Quantitative synoptic comparison : a representative cross-section -- The significance of the extent of similarities in vocabulary -- The probability of literary dependence -- The possibility of understanding the Synoptic Gospels without literary dependence -- The origin of the Synoptic Gospels -- The purpose of the four Gospels -- The treatment of the four Gospels.

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