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Title Jesus, Mark, and Q : the teaching of Jesus and its earliest records / edited by Michael Labahn & Andreas Schmidt.

Publication Info. Sheffield, England : Sheffield Academic Press, [2001]

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Description 1 online resource (296 pages).
Physical Medium polychrome
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Series Journal for the study of the New Testament. Supplement series ; 214
Journal for the study of the New Testament. Supplement series ; 214.
Note "The essays in this volume represent papers that were given at two colloquiums of the European Association for Biblical Studies. This volume assembles the papers of the first two New Testament Seminars of the European Association for Biblical Studies held during the International Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature in Cracow in 1998 and in Helsinki/Lahti in 1999"--Page [7].
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Mark's use of Q : the Beelzebul controversy and the cross saying / Harry T. Fleddermann -- Son of Man as the representative of God's kingdom : on the interpretation of Jesus in Mark and Q / Jens Schröter -- Redefining Jesus : current trends in Jesus research / David S. du Toit -- Jesus as prophet : remarks on terminology / Markus Öhler -- Jewishness of Jesus in the 'third quest' / Tom Holmén -- New quest for Jesus and the new research on the Dead Sea scrolls / Craig A. Evans -- Jewish cynic Jesus / F. Gerald Downing -- B. Theological and hermeneutical investigations into the proclamation of Jesus. Eschatology in the proclamation of Jesus / Marius Reiser -- What did Jesus think about his approaching death? / Peter Balla -- Rhetorics and politics of Jesus research : a critical feminist perspective / Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza.
Summary The first part of this collection is devoted to one of the key questions of the 'Synoptic Problem': the literary and christological relationship between Mark and Q. The second part deals with the 'Third Quest' for the historical Jesus, concentrating on his teaching and its cultural context. These interrelated themes each attract detailed analysis of their methodology as well as their impact on New Testament studies generally, providing a very useful introduction to the state of research in these important fields.
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Subject Bible. Mark -- Criticism, Textual -- Congresses.
Bible. Mark.
Criticism, Textual.
Jesus Christ -- Historicity -- Congresses.
Jesus Christ.
Historicity of Jesus Christ.
Jesus Christ -- Teachings -- Congresses.
Bible. Mark -- Criticism, Textual.
Jésus-Christ -- Historicité -- Congrès.
Jésus-Christ -- Enseignements -- Congrès.
Bible. Marc -- Critique textuelle -- Congrès.
Bible. Évangiles synoptiques -- Congrès.
Bible. Mark.
Jesus Christus.
Q hypothesis (Synoptics criticism) -- Congresses.
Q hypothesis (Synoptics criticism)
Synoptic problem -- Congresses.
Synoptic problem.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Added Author Labahn, Michael.
Schmidt, Andreas.
European Association of Biblical Studies.
Society of Biblical Literature.
Other Form: Print version: Jesus, Mark, and Q. Sheffield, England : Sheffield Academic Press, ©2001 1841272183 (DLC) 2001347661 (OCoLC)47695780
ISBN 9780567189615 (electronic book)
0567189619 (electronic book)