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Studies in the synoptic problem / by members of the University of Oxford.

Sanday, W. (William), 1843-1920, edited by; with J.C. Hawkins, B.H. Streeter, W.C.Allen, J.V. Bartlet, W.E.Addis, N.P. Williams

Published by Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1911., 1911
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VG orig. olive cloth. Upper rear corner creased. xxvii, 456 p.; front. (the four evangelists, from MS. in the Domschatz at Aachen); 22 cm. Contents: Introduction, W. Sanday -- I. The conditions under which the gospels were written, in their bearing upon some difficulties of the synoptic problem, W. Sanday -- II. Three limitations to St. Luke's use of St. Mark's gospel: 1. The disuse of the Marcan source in St. Luke ix.51-xviii.14, 2. The great omission by St. Luke of the matter contained in St. Mark vi.45-viii.26, 3. St. Luke's passion-narrative considered with reference to the synoptic problem; III. Probabilities as to the so-called double tradition of St. Matthew and St. Luke, John Caesar Hawkins -- IV. On the original order of Q; V. St. Mark's knowledge and use of Q; VI. The original extent of Q; VII. the literary evolution of the gospels; VIII. On the trial of our Lord before Herod: a suggestion, Burnett Hillman Streeter -- IX. The book of sayings used by the editor of the first gospel; X. The Aramaic background of the gospels, Willoughby C. Allen -- XI. The sources of St. Luke's gospel, James Vernon Bartlet -- XII. The criticism of the Hexateuch compared with that of the synoptic gospels, William Edward Addis -- XIII. A recent theory on the origin of St. Mark's gospel, Norman Powell Williams -- Appendix: Synoptic criticism and the eschatological problem, Burnett Hillman Streeter -- Index. Binding is Hardcover. Bookseller Inventory # 002929

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Title: Studies in the synoptic problem / by members...

Publisher: Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1911.

Publication Date: 1911

Binding: Hardcover

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