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BeschreibungLeading experts in New Testament studies discuss the origins, composition and reception of the canonical gospels in the early church within this volume. Beginning with their earliest oral forms during the lifetime of Jesus and moving through the processes of oral tradition to their written composition by the evangelists, the book then traces the continuation of this history in the gospels' subsequent reception among pagans, Jews and Christians--down to the emergence of the earliest gospel commentaries.
InhaltsverzeichnisIntroduction Markus Bockmuehl and Donald A. Hagner; Part I. Before Writing: 1. 'Gospel' in Herodian Judaea William Horbury; 2. The gospel of Jesus Klyne Snodgrass; 3. Q1 as oral tradition James D. G. Dunn; 4. Eyewitness memory and the writing of the gospels Martin Hengel; Part II. Writing the Four Gospels: 5. Who writes, why and for whom? Richard A. Burridge; 6. How Matthew writes Richard C. Beaton; 7. How Mark writes Craig A. Evans; 8. How Luke writes David P. Moessner; 9. How John writes Judith Lieu; 10. Beginnings and endings Morna D. Hooker; Part III. After Writing: 11. The four among Jews James Carleton Paget; 12. The four among pagans Loveday Alexander; 13. Forty other gospels Christopher Tuckett; 14. The one, the four and the many Ronald A. Piper; 15. The making of gospel commentaries Markus Bockmuehl.
PortraitMarkus Bockmuehl is Reader in New Testament Studies at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Fitzwilliam College. His publications include (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Jesus (2001). Donald A. Hagner is the George Eldon Ladd Professor of New Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary. His publications include commentaries on Matthew (1993) and Hebrews (1990).
Pressestimmen'There is much in this collection that is stimulating for those who study the New Testament or Early Christianity. Indeed, this is a fitting tribute to Graham Stanton and also amply demonstrates the impact his work has had on his fellow New Testament scholars.' Expository Times 'Well-conceived and unified collection of essays ... a highly useful compendium which gives a state-of-the-art picture of current study but at the same time has several of the contributors producing fresh material and/or entering into neglected but fruitful and fascinating areas of research.' Epworth Review '... offers a well-conceived and clearly focused collection of essays on early Christian Gospels. ... The editors are to be congratulated for producing a book that is much more than the sum of its parts, and a worthy tribute to Graham Stanton, to whose scholarship and example the volume is dedicated.' The Journal of Ecclesiastical History '... coherent approach to the subject under scrutiny. The editors claim it to be a 'compendium of recent informed opinion' (p.3), and rightly so ... [the author's] work on oral transmission is in many ways interesting and the various issues touched upon ... in this essay are to stimulate ongoing scholarly activity ...[his] sane and balanced judgments on the setting of the gospels, the value of eye-witness, the shift from Aramaic to Greek, and several other subjects make this well translated chapter a joy to read ... The collection closes with a wonderful essay by Markus Bockmuehl ... [he] starts with a brief survey of the Greek and Roman commentary tradition and its Jewish counterpart in the Dead Sea Scrolls and suggests that there may have been contacts between both traditions. The discussion of early Christian commentaries on the gospels is very helpful, not least because of [his] insightful observations regarding the normativity implied by the fact that some gospels received extensive commentary whereas others did not ... The Written Gospel has been expertly edited ... [and] is a wonderfully helpful collection, packed with excellent and useful contributions that are sure to be of lasting value. The authors and editors are to be warmly congratulated with this deserving tribute to Graham Stanton.' Bryn Mawr Classical Review '... distinguished contributors ... the persevering reader will frequently be grateful both for occasional enlightenment and for a challenge to reflect again on some of the enduring questions posed by these four enigmatic texts.' Church Times
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
Erscheinungsdatum: Juli 2005