The Two-Source Hypothesis: A Critical Appraisal

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Arthur J. Bellinzoni, Joseph B. Tyson, William O. Walker
Mercer, 1985 - Religion - 486 pages
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Contents

THE CASE FOR THE PRIORITY OF MARK
21
In Support of Markan Priority
53
The Priority of Mark
63
Copyright

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agreements between Matthew agreements of Matthew allel Aramaic Aramaic Matthew argument from order Augustinian hypothesis Austin Farrer author of Mark B. H. Streeter baptism of Jesus Beatitudes Beelzebul controversy Butler Caesarea Philippi Capernaum Christology common source common to Matthew conflation context criticism dependence on Matthew Deuteronomy Didache disciples discourse dition document Double Tradition doublets Dungan E. P. Sanders editorial eschatological essay evangelists evidence example explained F. C. Burkitt fact Farmer Farrer hypothesis Fitzmyer form criticism Four Gospels Galilee Gospel of Mark Gospel of Matthew Gospel of Thomas Greek Griesbach hypothesis H. E. W. Turner H. J. Holtzmann Hawkins hypothecate Jerusalem Johann Jakob Griesbach John the Baptist Justin Martyr kerygma Lachmann Leviticus literary Lord's Prayer Lukan Luke against Mark Luke agree Luke's Mark and Luke Mark and Q Mark's order Markan material Markan priority Mattathias Matthean Matthew and Luke Matthew and Mark Matthew or Luke Matthew the apostle ment Mustard Seed narrative non-Markan omitted oral oral tradition order of Q original Palestinian Papias parable parallel passages pericopes Peter's confession Pharisees Pierson Parker Pittsburgh Theological Seminary priority of Mark Proto-Matthew Q hypothesis Q material Q source question redactional Sanday Sanders sayings of Jesus scholars seems selon Matthieu Semitic Sermon seventy disciples sign of Jonah Sir John Hawkins Solages solution sons of Zebedee source hypothesis story Streeter suggests Synoptic Gospels Synoptic Problem synoptists Temptation of Jesus Testament theory thew and Luke three evangelists Triple Tradition two-document hypothesis two-source two-source hypothesis Ur-Markus verses web of evidence Wernle words written source Zacchaeus

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