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Narrative Elements in the Double Tradition : A Study of Their Place within the Framework of the Gospel Narrative - Stephen Hultgren

Narrative Elements in the Double Tradition

A Study of Their Place within the Framework of the Gospel Narrative

Hardcover Published: 1st January 2001
ISBN: 9783110175257
Number Of Pages: 438
For Ages: 22+ years old

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For a long time mainstream gospel scholarship has assumed that the so-called Q material (the "double tradition") in Matthew and Luke represents a document or tradition that was almost exclusively orientated towards the sayings of Jesus of Nazareth, with little interest in a narrative about him. This text argues, on the contrary, that the narrative material in the double tradition existed from the very beginning within a coherent Jesus narrative that ran from his baptism to his passion. Far from being inserted by Matthew and Luke into the framework of Mark, the double tradition is structured on the very same narrative framework as the Gospel of Mark (a framework that predates Mark). Conventional dichotomies in gospel origins, the historical Jesus, and the history of early Christianity are thus drawn into the question.

Abbreviations
Introduction to the Problem: Narrative Elements in the Double Traditionp. 1
Historical Overview: The Genesis of a False Dichotomyp. 4
Herbert Marshp. 4
Friedrich Schleiermacherp. 9
Excursus on the Term Logion (Logia)p. 12
Karl Lachmannp. 18
C. H. Weissep. 20
H. J. Holtzmannp. 24
Bernhard Weissp. 30
After Weissp. 34
The Framework of the Gospel Narrative, Part 1: K. L. Schmidtp. 35
The Framework of the Gospel Narrative, Part 2: C. H. Doddp. 47
From Schmidt and Dodd to the Presentp. 51
The Plan of this Studyp. 56
Proto-Luke: A Non-Markan Synoptic Narrative Framework?p. 58
The Presuppositions of this Study and the Terminology Usedp. 59
Are You the One to Come? On the Relationship between John the Baptist and Jesus (Matt. 11.2-6, 7-11//Luke 7.18-23, 24-28)p. 62
John 3.25-36p. 68
John and the Synoptics on the Relationship between Jesus and the Baptistp. 73
Mark 1.14-15p. 85
Mark 1.1-2p. 88
The Obedient Son of God: The Temptation and the Passion (Matt. 4.1-11//Luke 4.1-13)p. 95
The Origin of the Temptation Narrativep. 96
The Purpose of the Temptation Narrativep. 114
The Relationship of the Temptation Narrative to Early Baptismal Catechesisp. 119
Mark's Temptation Narrative (Mark 1.12-13)p. 122
From Nazareth to Capernaum: The Beginning of the Galilean Ministry (Matt. 4.12-16; Luke 4.14-31a)p. 128
Heinz Schurmann and "Der Bericht vom Anfang"p. 134
Critique of Schurmann's Theoryp. 136
Antonio Gaboury on the Structure of the Synoptic Gospelsp. 138
Critique of Gabouryp. 154
Capernaum and Nazareth: Mark 1.21-22 and 6.1-6ap. 156
The Beginning of the Galilean Ministry: "To Proclaim the Year of the Lord's Favor"p. 164
The Problem of Luke 4.23p. 169
John 2.1-12; 4.43-54, and the Double Traditionp. 175
The Early Galilean Ministry (in and around Capernaum)p. 191
Gaboury on the Double Traditionp. 195
The Structure of Mark 1.21-6.13p. 196
Mark's Framework and the Double Traditionp. 208
John and the Double Traditionp. 210
The Healing of the Paralytic and the Centurion in Capernaump. 213
The Placement of Matthew's Sermon in the Synopsisp. 215
The Later Galilean and Judean Ministriesp. 218
Matthew 8.1-13.58p. 218
Luke 7.11-9.6p. 232
The Later Galilean and Judean Ministriesp. 235
An Exorcism and the Beelzebul Controversyp. 249
The Passion Narrativep. 256
The Denial of Peter (Matt. 26.69-75//Mark 14.66-72//Luke 22.54b-62)p. 260
Gethsemane Traditions in the New Testamentp. 278
The Gethsemane Narratives in Matthew and Lukep. 281
Gethsemane and the Lord's Prayerp. 290
On the Meaning of the Third Petitionp. 299
The Lord's Prayer and the Gospel of Johnp. 301
The Purpose of the Gethsemane Prayerp. 303
Other Common, Non-Markan Narrative Material in the Passion Narrative?p. 307
Narrative Elements in the Double Tradition: Conclusions and Implicationsp. 310
The Framework of the Gospel Narrativep. 310
The Synoptic Problemp. 325
John and the Synopticsp. 350
The Historical Jesusp. 352
Jesus in the Memory of the Early Churchp. 353
Bibliographyp. 355
Index of Scripture Referencesp. 391
Index of Other Ancient Sourcesp. 413
Index of Modern Authorsp. 415
Index of Subjectsp. 421
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ISBN: 9783110175257
ISBN-10: 3110175258
Series: Beihefte zur Zeitschrift fur die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft
Audience: Professional
For Ages: 22+ years old
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 438
Published: 1st January 2001
Publisher: De Gruyter
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.0 x 15.5  x 2.79
Weight (kg): 0.8

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