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|Genre/Form:||Criticism, interpretation, etc|
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Sanday, W. (William), 1843-1920.
Studies in the synoptic problem.
Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1911
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
W Sanday; University of Oxford.
|Notes:||Half-title: Oxford studies in the synoptic problem.
Essays by W. Sanday, Sir John C. Hawkins, Bart., B.H. Streeter, W.C. Allen, J. Vernon Bartlet, W.E. Addis, N.P. Williams.
|Credits:||Essays by W. Sanday, Sir John C. Hawkins, B.H. Streeter, W.C. Allen, J. Vernon Bartlet, W.E. Addis, N.P. Williams.|
|Description:||xxvii, 456 pages frontispiece 23 cm|
|Contents:||W. Sanday. The conditions under which the Gospels were written.-J.C. Hawkins. Three limitations to St. Luke's use of St. Mark's Gospel; Probabilities as to the so-called double tradition of St. Matthew and St. Luke.-B.H. Streeter. On the original order of Q; St. Mark's knowledge and use of Q; The original extent of Q; The literary evolution of the Gospels; On the trial of our Lord before Herod.-W.C. Allen. The book of sayings used by the editor of the first Gospel; The Aramaic background of the Gospels.-J.V. Bartlet. The sources of St. Luke's Gospel.-W.E. Addis. The criticism of the Hexateuch.-N.P. Williams. A recent theory of the origin of St. Mark's Gospel.-Appendix (B.H. Streeter) Synoptic criticism and the eschatological problem.|
|Other Titles:||Synoptic problem.
Oxford studies in the synoptic problem.
|Responsibility:||by members of the University of Oxford, edited by W. Sanday.|