Christology and the Synoptic Problem: An Argument for Markan Priority

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Cambridge University Press, 3. jul. 1997 - 337 sider
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This book makes a major contribution to the ongoing debate about the synoptic problem, especially concerning the question of which gospel was written first. The scholarly consensus, developed over two hundred years of discussion, has favoured Markan priority and the dependence of both Matthew and Luke upon Mark. In an ongoing contemporary revival of the Griesbach hypothesis, some scholars have advocated the view that Mark used, conflated and abbreviated Matthew and Luke. The author explores the role played by arguments connected with christological development in support of both these views. Deploying a comparative redaction-critical approach to the problem, Dr Head argues that the critical basis of the standard christological argument for Markan priority is insecure and based on anachronistic scholarly concerns. Nevertheless, in a through-going comparative reappraisal of the christological outlooks of Matthew and Mark the author finds decisive support for the hypothesis of Markan priority, arguing that Matthew was a developer rather than a corrector of Mark.
 

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Introduction and a history of research
1
Method and approach
28
The rich young ruler Matt 19 1622 Mark 10 1722
49
Jesus rejection at Nazareth Matt 13 5358 Mark 6 16a
66
Walking on water Matt 14 2233 Mark 6 4552
84
Arguments concerning Jesus emotions inability and questions
97
The worship of Jesus and the passion narratives
126
Jesus as teacher and Lord
148
Jesus as Son of
187
Jesus as the Son of Man
217
The messianic secret
233
Conclusion
256
Bibliography
263
Index of passages
308
Select index of names and subjects
335
Opphavsrett

Jesus as Messiah
174

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