- Author:J.W. Wenham
- Publisher:Hodder & Stoughton Religious; 1st Ed. edition (March 21, 1991)
- Pages:356 pages
- Subcategory:Bible Study & Reference
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Matthew, Mark and Luke are often referred to as the synoptic Gospels in. .
Matthew, Mark and Luke are often referred to as the synoptic Gospels in light of their strong similarity in genre, material and phraseology. 2. Luke does not use Matthew, except for two cases concerning John the Baptist. Wenham's book is a masterful critique of the present paradigm reigning in Gospels scholarship, and it provides a highly reasonable alternative fitting both external and internal evidence. I highly recommend it for those interested in unraveling the synoptic problem. 5 people found this helpful.
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Mark and Luke : A Fresh Assault on the Synoptic Problem.
Redating Matthew, Mark and Luke : A Fresh Assault on the Synoptic Problem.
Wenham presents his views on how the Gospels were written, the oral transmission of the Jesus tradition, and when the Gospels were written. Placing the written Gospels in the second decade of Christianity is a radical proposal.
In 1992 John Wenham published Redating Matthew, Mark and Luke which discusses the dating of these . Wenham accepted the church father evidence of authorship, and inferred a very early date for each of the synoptic gospels.
In 1992 John Wenham published Redating Matthew, Mark and Luke which discusses the dating of these gospels and the relationship of the gospels to one another (prior to Wenham's work, John . Robinson, a liberal theologian, had written a widely known book titled Redating the New Testament which advocated an early date of the gospels).
Looking at the problem of building a synoptic theory for the gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke, the author also discusses Peter's arrival in Rome and how and when the gospels were written. Indexes of Bible references, of ancient/modern writers and of subjects are provided.
Proposing that Matthew, not Mark, was the first Gospel written, John Wenham offers a fresh look at an intractable problem as well as an interesting perspective on the inner workings of the early Christian church. Pages: 319 Publisher: InterVarsity Press Published: 1992 ISBN-10: 0830817603 ISBN-13: 9780830817603. Find at a Library Find at Google Books.
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Mark & Luke(A Fresh Assault on the SynopticProblem); "14 volumes, (Complete &Unabridged), rep-1872/John Wesley.
Publication: Downers Grove : InterVarsity Press, 1992Description: 319 . SBN: 0-8308-1760-3. Dewey: 226 W46Subject: Синоптические Евангелия, Synoptic Gospels Синоптическая проблема, Synoptic problem. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title. Mark & Luke(A Fresh Assault on the SynopticProblem); "14 volumes, (Complete &Unabridged), rep-1872/John Wesley.