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by Delbert Burkett,Andrew Lincoln

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Author: Delbert Burkett,Andrew Lincoln
ISBN: 0567025403
ISBN13: 978-0567025401
Language: English
Publisher: T&T Clark; 1st Edition edition (October 1, 2004)
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Rethinking the Gospel Sources book. Burkett offers a fresh reading of the much-debated Synoptic. Delbert Burkett is Associate Professor of New Testament at Louisiana State University and the author of The Son of Man Debate: A History and Evaluation and An Introduction to the New Testament and the Origins of Christianity.

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Burkett offers a fresh reading of the much-debated Synoptic Problem

Burkett offers a fresh reading of the much-debated Synoptic Problem. He contends that each theory regarding the Synoptic Problem is contentious.

Rethinking the Gospel Sources: From Proto-Mark to Mark. Enjoy an in-depth study of Mark’s Gospel from New Testament expert Dr. Mark Strauss

Rethinking the Gospel Sources: From Proto-Mark to Mark. Burkett offers a fresh reading of the much-debated Synoptic Problem. Neither Mark nor Matthew nor Luke served as the source for the other two, but all depended on a set of earlier sources now lost. The connections between the Synoptic Gospels are more complex than simpler theories have assumed. Mark Strauss. In this course, Dr. Strauss focuses on the words of Mark and the themes, theology, and purpose of the book.

Rethinking the Gospel Sources is the first in a projected three-volume study of the sources of the canonical Gospels by Delbert Burkett. In this first volume Burkett has provided a creative but not compelling solution to the Synoptic Problem. Burkett deserves accolades for the clarity and comprehensiveness with which he writes. His argument throughout is easy to follow with each section introduced clearly and summarized efficiently and with plenty of examples and tables throughout. Burkett begins his study with an "Introduction to the Problem" (chap.

Delbert Burkett is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Louisiana State University

Delbert Burkett is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Louisiana State University. He is the author of Rethinking the Gospel Sources: From Proto-Mark to Mark (T&T Clark), An Introduction to the New Testament and the Origins of Christianity, and The Son of Man Debate: A History and Evaluation (both from Cambridge University Press). Literary Criticism, Ancient & Classical. Religion, Biblical Studies, Jesus, the Gospels & Acts. Religion, Biblical Studies, New Testament. Religion, Christianity, History.

Among others: Delbert Royce Burkett, Rethinking the Gospel sources: from proto-Mark to Mark, T&T Clark: NY, 4. Beate Ego,Armin Lange,Peter Pilhofer, Gemeinde ohne Tempel /Community without Temple. Beate Ego,Armin Lange,Peter Pilhofer, Gemeinde ohne Tempel /Community without Temple, Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament, Mohr Siebeck: Tubingen, 462n2.

This proto-gospel underwent two independent revisions, A and B. Mark was formed by recombining these two revisions. Burkett, Delbert (2004). Rethinking the Gospel Sources: From Proto-Mark to Mark. Matthew built upon A and Luke upon B. Both Matthew and Luke also drew from a common source Q, as well as other source sources for their unique material. ISBN 978-0-567-02550-0.

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4 Burkett, Delbert, Rethinking Gospel Sources: From Proto-Mark to Mark (New York/London: T&T Clark, 2004); Burkett,, Rethinking Gospel Sources: The Unity and Plurality of Q (Atlanta: SBL, 2009). 5 Dunn, ‘Default Settings’, 142–8.

Burkett offers a fresh reading of the much-debated Synoptic Problem. He contends that each theory regarding the Synoptic Problem is contentious. Each presents a case for the mutual dependence of one source upon another-for example, Matthew and Luke depend primarily on Mark, but use each other where they report the same story not contained already in Mark. Neither Mark nor Matthew nor Luke served as the source for the other two, but all depended on a set of earlier sources now lost. The relations between the Synoptic Gospels are more complex than the simpler theories have assumed.

Delbert Burkett is Associate Professor of New Testament at Louisiana State University and the author of The Son of Man Debate: A History and Evaluation and An Introduction to the New Testament and the Origins of Christianity.

Comments to eBook Rethinking the Gospel Sources: From Proto-Mark to Mark (New Testament Guides)
Anarasida
Burkett argues that no synoptic gospel writer (Matthew, Mark, Luke) used any other synopticist's work by showing that none borrowed the others' redactional (editorial) material. Instead, all three used common sources, which he calls Proto-Mark A (used by Mark and Matthew), Proto-Mark B (used by Mark and Luke), and other sources termed A, B, and C (usd by all all three synopticists). He argues for these multiple sources largely on the basis of common sequences. The book is filled with helpful tables which spell out his positions in detail. If his multiple source hypothesis is correct, then the two-source hypothesis (Matthew and Luke used Mark and Q), the Griesbach hypothesis (Luke used Matthew, and Mark used both), and the Ferrar hypothesis (Matthew used Mark and Luke used both) are all incorrect. His hypothesis deserves serious consideration.
Rindyt
The autor seems to validate the Benoit-Boismard theory that states since 1977, how the three synoptic gospels are reated in such a way that among their first pre-editions and in relation to other kinds of materials (A,B,C) could configure what we identify today as the Three Synoptic Gospels. Burkett's theory is interesting although not universally accepted among shcolars. Neverthelesss, I sincerelly recommend it.
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