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Questioning 'Q'

Mark Goodacre (Ed)Nicholas Perrin (Ed)

Questioning 'Q'

Mark Goodacre (Ed)Nicholas Perrin (Ed)

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Scholars have long been agreed that there is a single source for the gospels, which they refer to as 'Q'. This text challenges these assumptions and offers alternatives.

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Scholars have long been agreed that there is a single source for the gospels, which they refer to as 'Q'. This text challenges these assumptions and offers alternatives.
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Meet the Authors

Mark Goodacre (Ed)

Mark Goodacre (D.Phil., University of Oxford) is Associate Professor in New Testament at the Department of Religion, Duke University, and the author of The Case Against Q; The Synoptic Problem: A Way Through the Maze and Questioning Q: A Multidimensional Critique

Nicholas Perrin (Ed)

Nicholas Perrin (Ph.D., Marquette University) former research assistant to N.T. Wright, is associate professor of New Testament at Wheaton College Graduate School, Illinois. He is the author of numerous books and articles, including Thomas and Tatian: The Relationship between the Diatessaron; Questioning Q (with Mark Goodacre); Thomas: The Other Gospel; Lost in Transmission?: What We Can Know about the Words of Jesus and Jesus the Temple
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Table Of Contents

  • Foreword By Nt Wright, Bishop Of Durham Introduction Part I: A Critical Assessment Of Arguments For Q Nicholas Perrin & Mark Goodacre The Building Of An Opinio Communis: The Rise And Development Of The Q Theory In Modern Scholarship Sharon Lea Mattile The Use And Misuse Of Statistical Analysis In The Study Of Q Nicholas Perrin Ancient Literary Analogies To Q Mark Goodacre The Hidden And No-so-hidden Fallacies Of Q Jeffrey Peterson Q And The Plausibility Of Luke's Independence From Matthew Nicholas Perrin Will The Real Q Please Stand Up Mark Goodacre When Is A Text Not A Text? The Quasi Text-critical Approach Of The International Q Project Eric Eves On The Reconstruction Of Mark From Matthew And Luke: A Thought Experiment Mark Matson Literary Criticism: Intertextuality And Q Part Ii: Life Without Q Nicholas Perrin On Questioning Q: New Directions In The Search For The Historical Jesus And Early Christianity Mark Goodacre On Questioning Q: The Theological Implications Perrin & Goodacre Conclusion

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