Writing the gospels : a dialogue with Francis Watson (Book, 2019) [WorldCat.org]
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Writing the gospels : a dialogue with Francis Watson

Author: Catherine Sider Hamilton; Joel Willitts
Publisher: London : T&T Clark, [2019] ©2019
Series: Library of New Testament studie, 606
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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In this book prominent biblical scholars engage with Francis Watson's most striking arguments on the creation of the gospels. Their contributions focus in particular on his argument for a fourfold gospel rather than four separate gospels, his argument against Q but for an early sayings collection, and on the larger landscape of Jesus studies, gospel reception and interpretation The contributors ask whether, and in  Read more...
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Named Person: Francis Watson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Catherine Sider Hamilton; Joel Willitts
ISBN: 9780567679130 0567679136
OCLC Number: 1132685644
Description: XI, 275 páginas
Series Title: Library of New Testament studie, 606
Responsibility: edited by Catherine Sider Hamilton with Joel Willitts.

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In this book prominent biblical scholars engage with Francis Watson's most striking arguments on the creation of the gospels. Their contributions focus in particular on his argument for a fourfold gospel rather than four separate gospels, his argument against Q but for an early sayings collection, and on the larger landscape of Jesus studies, gospel reception and interpretation The contributors ask whether, and in what ways, Watson's reorientation of gospel studies is successful, and explore its implications for research. Leading scholars including Jens Schröter, Margaret Mitchell, Richard Bauckham and many others provide a close critical and creative engagement with Watson's work. More than merely a critical review of Watson's writing, this book carries forward his work with fresh treatments and provides an essential volume for students and scholars seeking to understand the landscape of gospel studies and to explore new directions within it.

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