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Author: Norman Perrin
Publisher: Philadelphia : Fortress Press, 1969.
Series: Guides to biblical scholarship.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Recently New Testament scholarship has been strongly influenced by a discipline that arose in post-war Germany and is here called "redaction criticism". The author defines redaction criticism as "the discipline concerned with the theological motivation of an author as it is revealed in the collection, arrangement, editing and modification of traditional material or the creation of new forms within the traditions of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Perrin, Norman.
What is redaction criticism?
Philadelphia, Fortress Press [1969]
(OCoLC)610078609
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Norman Perrin
OCLC Number: 27247
Description: ix, 86 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: i. The origins of a disciplne: From Reimarus to Wrede : the rise and fall of the Marcan hypothesis ; Form criticism ; An anticipation of redaction : R.H. Lightfoot --
2. The flowering of the disciple: Günther Bornkamm and the Gospel of Matthew ; Hans Conzelmann and the Gospel of Luke ; Willi Marxsen and the Gospel of Mark --
3. Redaction criticism at work : a sample: The incident at Caesarea Philippi ; The Marcan narrative : Mark 8:27-9:1 ; The prediction of the Passion : Mark 8:31 ; The teaching about discipleship : Mark 8:34-37 ; The climactic warning : Mark 8:38 ; The climactic promise : Mark 9:1 ; The narrative as a whole ; The Matthew narrative : Matthean 16:13-28 ; The Lucan narrative : Luke 9:18-27 --
4. The significance of the discipline: Redaction and composition ; The theological history of earliest Christianity ; Life of Jesus research and life of Jesus theololgy ; The nature of a "gospel."
Series Title: Guides to biblical scholarship.
Other Titles: Redaction criticism
Responsibility: Norman Perrin.

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Recently New Testament scholarship has been strongly influenced by a discipline that arose in post-war Germany and is here called "redaction criticism". The author defines redaction criticism as "the discipline concerned with the theological motivation of an author as it is revealed in the collection, arrangement, editing and modification of traditional material or the creation of new forms within the traditions of early Christianity". He explores the origins, the nature and the implications of this new approach to the Bible.

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