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The making of the New Testament documents

Author: E Earle Ellis
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 1999.
Series: Biblical interpretation series, v. 39.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Ellis, E. Earle (Edward Earle).
Making of the New Testament documents.
Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 1999
(OCoLC)657566356
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: E Earle Ellis
ISBN: 9004113320 9789004113329
OCLC Number: 40848618
Description: xxiii, 517 pages : map ; 24 cm.
Contents: I. From tradition to the New Testament --
The making of the gospels --
A reappraisal of the formation of New Testament traditions --
Conclusion --
II. The making of the New Testament letters --
Introduction --
The literary character of the letters --
The authorship and composition of the letters --
The use of traditions in the early Christian missions --
Traditions in the Pauline letters --
Traditions in other Pauline letters --
Traditions in Hebrews, James and Jude --
Traditions in I and II Peter --
The composition of the New Testament epistles --
Traditions in Luke-Acts --
Conclusion --
III. Traditions of the Johannine mission --
Introduction --
The making of the Johannine literature --
Traditions in John's gospel --
Traditions in First John --
Traditions introduced by formulas --
Traditions in Revelation --
Types of traditions --
Conclusion --
IV. The New Testament documents in the history of early Christianity --
Introduction --
Fix-points for placing the documents --
Events in the Roman world --
Events specific to the early church --
The relationship of the four apostolic missions and the dating of New Testament writings --
The significance of preformed traditions for the authorship of New Testament epistles --
Conclusions --
Appendices: I. The making of gospel narratives --
II. The date and provenance of Mark's gospel --
III. The origin and making of Luke-Acts --
IV. Traditions in the pastoral epistles --
V. A regulation for wives at I Cor. 14:34-35 --
VI. Ferdinand Christian Baur and his school.
Series Title: Biblical interpretation series, v. 39.
Responsibility: by E. Earle Ellis.

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