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Named Person: Luc, (saint ;
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jesper Tang Nielsen; Mogens Müller
ISBN: 9780567665829 0567665828
OCLC Number: 965194526
Notes: Textes issus d'une conférence qui s'est tenue à Roskilde, Danemark en juin 2014.
Description: 1 vol. (XXVII-299 p.) ; 24 cm.
Contents: Preface AcknowledgementsAbbreviationsIntroduction: Mogens Muller and Jesper Tang NielsenPart 1: Luke Rewriting1. Luke Uses/Rewrites Matthre: A Survey of the 19th Century Research: Vadim Wittkowski, Humboldt University, Germany 2. Re-walking the "Way of the Lord": Luke's use of Mark and his Reaction to Matthew: Mark Goodacre, Duke University, USA2. Luke Rewriting and Rewritten: Francis Watson, University of Durham, UK4. Inclusive and exclusive agreements - towards a neutral comparison of the Synoptic Gospels, or: Minor Agreements as misleading category: Werner Kahl, University of Hamburg, Germany5. Acts as Biblical Rewriting of the Gospels and Paul's Letters: Mogens Muller, University of Copenhagen, DenmarkPart 2: Luke Rewriting Old Testament Themes and Passages6. Rewritten Prophecy in Luke-Acts: Lukas Bormann, Philipps University, Marburg, Germany7. The Lord Elijah in the Temple as in Malachi 3.1: `Overkilling' Elijah Tradition in Luke 2: Lotta Valve, Abo Akademi, Finland8. Luke's Use of the Old Testament in the Sending of the Seventy(-Two): A Compositional Study: Joseph Michael Lear, University of Aberdeen, UKPart 3: Luke's Rewriting Gospel Themes and Passages9. Luke's Rewriting of the Markan Melange of Christological Titles (Mark 8:27-33 par., 12:35-37 par., 14:55-64 par.): Daniel Gustafsson, Uppsala University, Sweden10. Re-written Stereotypes: Scripture and Cultural Echo in Luke's Parable of the Widow and the Judge: Marianne Bjelland Kartzow, University of Oslo, Norway11. Luke's Portrait of Jesus and the Political Authorities in his Passion Narrative. A Rewriting of the Passion Narratives of the Other Gospels: Niels Willert, Aarhus University, DenmarkPart 4: Luke's rewriting of Roman authorities12. Paul in the Presence of Power: Depictions of social interactions in Acts and in the Hellenistic historians: Martin Friis, University of Copenhagen, Denmark13. Luke's readers and Josephus: Paul and Agrippa II as Test Case: Stefan Nordgaard, University of Copenhagen, DenmarkBibliographyIndexes
Series Title: Library of New Testament studies, 550.; International studies in Christian origins.
Responsibility: edited by Jesper Tang Nielsen and Mogens Müller.

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With this collection of essays, Muller and Nielsen (both, Univ. of Copenhagen) attempt to bring clarity to the origins of St. Luke's Gospel. Students of the synoptic gospels know that this problem of Read more...

 
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