Gospel Interpretation and the Q-Hypothesis
Gospel Interpretation and the Q-Hypothesis

Gospel Interpretation and the Q-Hypothesis

in The Library of New Testament Studies

by Heike Omerzu, John S. Kloppenborg, Stefan Alkier, Mogens Müller, Francis Watson, Christopher M. Tuckett, Eve-Marie Becker, Clare K. Rothschild, Hildegard Scherer, Mark Goodacre, Werner Kahl, Shelly Matthews, and Dieter T. Roth

Pages 320
Publisher T&T Clark
Published 2018
ISBN-13 9780567670045
The Q-Hypothesis has functioned as a mainstay of study of the synoptic gospels for many years. Increasingly it comes under fire. In this volume leading proponents of Q, as well as of the case against Q, offer the latest arguments based on the latest research into this literary conundrum.

The contributors to the volume include John Kloppenborg, Christopher Tuckett, Clare Rothschild, Mark Goodacre, and Francis Watson. The Q-Hypothesis is examined in depth and the discussion moves back and forth over Q's strengths and weaknesses. As such the volume sheds light on how the gospels were composed, and how we can view them in their final literary forms.

  • Table of contents
  • Preface
  • Introduction: What is at Stake by Advocating or Disputing the Two Source Theory? - Heike Omerzu, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
  • I History and Theory
    • 1. Conceptual Stakes in the Synoptic Problem - John S. Kloppenborg,University of Toronto, USA
    • 2. Sad Sources; Observations from the History of Theology on the Origins and Contours of the Synaptic Problem - Stefan Alkier, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
    • 3. Were the Gospel Authors Really 'Simple Christians Without Literacy Gift (Albert Schweitzer)? Arguments for the Quest for Sources behind the Gospels - Mogens Muller, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
    • 4. Q and the Logia: On the Discovery of and Marginalizing of P. Oxy.1 - Francis Watson, University of Durham, UK
    • 5. Francis Watson, Q and "L/M" - Christopher M. Tuckett, University of Oxford, UK
    • 6. Seven Theses on the Synoptic Problem, in Disagreement with Christopher Tuckett - Francis Watson, University of Durham, UK
  • II Textual Studies
    • 7. Mark With and Against Q: The Earliest Gospel Narrative as a Counter Model - Eve Marie Becker, Aarhus University, Denmark
    • 8. Refusing to Acknowledge the Immerser (Q 7.31-35) - Clare K. Rothschild
    • 9. Coherence and Distinctness – Exploring the Social Matrix of the Double Tradition - Hildegard Scherer, University of Bonn, Germany.
    • 10. Taking Our Leave of Mark - Q Overlaps: Major Agreements and the Farrer Theory - Mark Goodacre, Duke's University, USA
    • 11. The Gospel of Luke as Narratological Improvement of Synoptic Pretexts: The Narrative Introduction to the Jesus Story (Mark 1.1- parr) - Werner Kahl, Academy of Mission at the University of Hamburg
    • 12. Does Dating Luke- Acts into the Second Century Affect the Q Hypothesis? - Shelley Matthews, Furman University, USA
    • 13. Marcion's Gospel and the Synoptic Problem in Recent Scholarship - Dieter T. Roth, Johannes Gutenberg-Universitat, Germany

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