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History of the Synoptic Problem

David L Dungan
History of the Synoptic Problem

History of the Synoptic Problem

David L Dungan

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In a "History of the Synoptic Problem," David Laird Dungan provides a comprehensive history of the debate from the beginning. He shows how scholars throughout the ages have defined and redefined the synoptic problem and resolved the contradictions using the intellectual tools of their day. Structuring his book around crucial historical figures such as Origen, Augustine, Erasmus, Spinoza, and Locke, Dungan discloses, for the first time, the political and economic agendas that guided their biblical interpretation. The result is a book that challenges the status quo and its insistence on the priority of Mark and the existence of Q.^Sure to make readers rethink their assumptions about the New Testament, Dungan's latest book is a controversial, bold contribution to what is already a heated debate.

- Publisher A comprehensive history of the debate over differing accounts of Jesus' life & deeds described in the Gospels, & a controversial, bold contribution sure to make readers rethink their assumptions about the New Testament.

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About "History of the Synoptic Problem"

In a "History of the Synoptic Problem," David Laird Dungan provides a comprehensive history of the debate from the beginning. He shows how scholars throughout the ages have defined and redefined the synoptic problem and resolved the contradictions using the intellectual tools of their day. Structuring his book around crucial historical figures such as Origen, Augustine, Erasmus, Spinoza, and Locke, Dungan discloses, for the first time, the political and economic agendas that guided their biblical interpretation. The result is a book that challenges the status quo and its insistence on the priority of Mark and the existence of Q.^Sure to make readers rethink their assumptions about the New Testament, Dungan's latest book is a controversial, bold contribution to what is already a heated debate.
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A comprehensive history of the debate over differing accounts of Jesus' life & deeds described in the Gospels, & a controversial, bold contribution sure to make readers rethink their assumptions about the New Testament.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

David L Dungan

Dungan is Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

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  • Catalogue Code 135688
  • Product Code 0385471920
  • EAN 9780385471923
  • Pages 544
  • Department Academic
  • Category Biblical Studies
  • Sub-Category New Testament
  • Publisher Doubleday
  • Publication Date Jun 1999
  • Dimensions 230 x 162 x 34 mm
  • Weight 0.936kg

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