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|Genre/Form:||Criticism, interpretation, etc|
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard A Horsley
|Description:||vii, 229 pages ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||The verbal art in Q and Thomas : a question of epistemology / Werner H. Kelber --
Performance and tradition : the covenant speech in Q / Richard A. Horsley --
Jesus' "covenantal discourse" on the plain (Luke 6:12-7:17) as oral performance : pointers to "Q" as multiple oral performance / Jonathan A. Draper --
Response to Kelber, Horsley, and Draper / Joanna Dewey --
Oral performance in Q : epistemology, political conflict, and contextual register / Vernon K. Robbins --
The riddle of Q : oral ancestor, textual precedent, or ideological creation? / John Miles Foley --
Moral economy and renewal movement in Q / Richard A. Horsley --
The Jesus movement in the villages of Roman Galilee : archaeology, Q, and modern anthropological theory / Milton Moreland --
Going public with the hidden transcript in Q 11 : Beelzebul accusation and the woes / Alan Kirk --
Communities resisting fragmentation : Q and the work of James C. Scott / Melanie Johnson-DeBaufre --
The work of James C. Scott and Q : a response / William R. Herzog II.
|Series Title:||Semeia studies (Brill Academic Publishers), no. 60.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Richard A. Horsley.|
Table of Contents:
Part One: Oral Performance and Popular Tradition in Q Essays Werner H. Kelber, "The Verbal Art in Q and Thomas: A Question of Epistemology" Richard A. Horsley, "Performance and Tradition: The Covenant Speech in Q" Jonathan A. Draper, "Jesus, 'Covenantal Discourse' on the Plain (Luke 6:12-7:17) as Oral Performance: Pointers to 'Q' as Multiple Oral Performance" Responses Joanna Dewey, "Response to Kelber, Horsley, and Draper" Vernon K. Robbins, "Oral Performance in Q: Epistemology, Political Conflict, and Contextual Register" John Miles Foley, "The Riddle of Q: Oral Ancestor, Textual Precedent, or Ideological Creation?" Part Two: Moral Economy and Hidden Transcript: Applying the Work of James C. Scott to Q Essays Richard A. Horsley, "Moral Economy and Renewal Movement in Q" Milton Moreland, "The Jesus Movement in the Villages of Roman Galilee: Archaeology, Q, and Modern Anthropological Theory" Alan Kirk, "Going Public with the Hidden Transcript in Q 11: Beelzebul Acusation and the Woes" Melanie Johnson DeBaufre, "Communities Resisting Fragmentation: Q and the Work of James C. Scott" Response William R. Herzog II, "The Work of James C. Scott and Q: A Response"