377 These editorial blemishes need attention. The text in part IV needs to be treated with circumspection, and the apparatus checked and expanded with reference to other books such as Aland's SynopsiS13 but the sections on translation and textual criticism commend themselves to our attention and we should encourage Comfort to progress carefully along these lines in future volumes in this series. J. K. ELLIOTT BOOK REVIEWS D. B. PEABODY, Mark As Composer (Macon, 1987), pp. xix + 216. $ 38.95. This book is substantially a thesis prepared under the supervision of W. R. Farmer and it appears now as the first in a new series "New Gospel Studies". Two further complementary volumes, one on Luke, another on Matthew, prepared by other former students of Farmer are to appear. These studies are intended to be objective, and they presuppose no particular solution to the Synoptic Problem, although in practice by setting both the two-document theory and the so-called new Griesbach theory, recently revived and revised by Farmer, on the same footing, the effect is intended to shake scholars' confidence in Markan priority. The results of Peabody's analysis of Markan style are perhaps not so different from those in
Novum Testamentum – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1988
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