Two Shipwrecked Gospels: The Logoi of Jesus and Papias's Exposition of Logia about the Lord
Society of Biblical Lit, 29.06.2012 - 728 Seiten
With characteristic boldness and careful reassessment of the evidence, MacDonald offers an alternative reconstruction of Q and an alternative solution to the Synoptic Problem: the Q+/Papias Hypothesis. To do so, he reconstructs and interprets two lost books about Jesus: the earliest Gospel, which was used as a source by the authors of Mark, Matthew, and Luke; and the earliest commentary on the Gospels, by Papias of Hierapolis, who apparently knew Mark, Matthew, and the lost Gospel, which he considered to be an alternative Greek translation of a Semitic Matthew. MacDonald also explores how these two texts, well known into the fourth century, shipwrecked with the canonization of the New Testament and the embarrassment at outmoded eschatologies in both the lost Gospel and Papias’s Exposition.
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Part 2 The Logoi of Jesus
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Appendix 2 Concordance to the Logoi of Jesus with Richard C Miller
Appendix 3 Overview of the Logoi of Jesus and the Synoptic Gospels
Appendix 4 Comparison of the Critical Edition of Q and the Logoi of Jesus
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Two Shipwrecked Gospels: The Logoi of Jesus and Papias’s Exposition of Logia ...
Dennis R. MacDonald
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