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A new introduction to the Synoptic Gospels

Author: Roland Meynet; Society for the Study of Biblical and Semitic Rhetoric.
Publisher: Miami : Convivium Press ; [Rome] : Gregorian University Press, 2010.
Series: Colección Rhetorica semitica.
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Offers a fresh perspective on the study of the Synoptic Gospels, adding further insights within the body of modern research into the meanings of the Gospels of "Matthew", "Mark" and "Luke".

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Meynet, Roland, 1939-
New introduction to the Synoptic Gospels.
Miami : Convivium Press ; [Rome] : Gregorian University Press, 2010
(OCoLC)764529682
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roland Meynet; Society for the Study of Biblical and Semitic Rhetoric.
ISBN: 9781934996119 1934996114
OCLC Number: 465370001
Notes: Originally published in French as: Une nouvelle introduction aux évangiles synoptiques. Paris : Lethielleux, 2009.
"Published in collaboration with the Society for the Study of Biblical and Semitic Rhetoric"--Title page verso.
Description: 435 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction. A. Editions and translations. The titles of the Pericopes are not part of the text! --
The divisions are not part of the text! --
B. Synopses. Traditional synopses --
An initial improvement --
C. "Diachronic" work. Form criticism --
Redaction criticism --
Historical criticism --
Critical assessment --
D. Synchronic work. Rhetorical analysis, one method among many --
Biblical rhetoric --
Biblical rhetorical analysis is not a method --
Comparing the compositions --
A new way of carrying out a synoptic comparison --
The passage itself. A. The healing at Jericho --
B. The calling of the rich man --
The passage in its immediate context. The sub-sequence. A. The accounts of the healing at Jericho in their immediate context --
B. The accounts of the calling of the rich man in their immediate contexts --
The passage in its broader context. The sequence. A. The sequence in Mark 10:1-52 --
B. The sequence in Matthew 19-20 --
C. The sequence in Luke 17:11-18:30 --
D. The sequence in Luke 18:31-19:46 --
E. Synoptic comparison of the sequences --
The passage in the global context. The section and the book --
A. Sequence c8 (Luke 19:47-21:38) --
B. Sub-section c6-8 (Luke 17:11-21:38) --
C. Section c (Luke 9:51-21:38) --
D. The book (1:1-24:53).
Series Title: Colección Rhetorica semitica.
Other Titles: Nouvelle introduction aux évangiles synoptiques.
Responsibility: Roland Meynet ; translated by Patricia Kelly.

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"This Book is an updated analysis of the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke. Meynet seeks to provide another angle of understanding of these works and how modern thought brings a whole new light to Read more...

 
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