The Hebrew Gospel and the Development of the Synoptic Tradition

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, Oct 16, 2009 - Religion - 360 pages
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This book offers a new explanation of the development of the first three Gospels based on a careful examination of both patristic testimony to the Hebrew Gospel and internal evidence in the canonical Gospels themselves. James Edwards breaks new ground and challenges assumptions that have long been held in the New Testament guild but actually lack solid evidence.
 

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User Review  - PastorBob - LibraryThing

Edwards does an excellent job surveying the Patristic sources, tracking down the 'Hebrew Gospel', and is persuasive in his suggestion that scholars should distinguish between an early Hebrew Gospel ... Read full review

User Review  - Matt Sutherland - Christianbook.com

Jim Edwards just may have found the long lost Hebrew Gospel written by Matthew in the unique portions of the Gospel of Luke (Special Luke). With the unusually high number of Semitisms in Special Luke ... Read full review

Contents

References to a Hebrew Gospel in Early Christianity
1
Quotations from the Hebrew Gospel in Early Christianity
44
Taking Stock of the Hebrew Gospel in Early Christianity
97
Disabled
108
Semitisms in the Gospel of Luke
125
The Hebrew Gospel
154
The Neglect of the Hebrew Gospel in Christian Tradition
187
Adieu to Q
209
The Hebrew Gospel and the Gospel of Matthew
243
Summary Theses
259
Semitisms in the Gospel of Luke
292
vii
301
Luke 65 D
333
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About the author (2009)

James R. Edwards is the Bruner-Welch Endowed Professor of Theology at Whitworth University, Spokane, Washington.

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