The Proper Methodology for Ascertaining a Markan Redaction History

The Proper Methodology for Ascertaining a Markan Redaction History THE PROPER METHODOLOGY FOR ASCERTAINING A MARKAN REDACTION HISTORY BY DR. ROBERT H. STEIN St. Paul Minnesota During the past two decades two new emphases have dominated the investigation of the gospel materials. One of these is the "new" quest of the historical Jesus. Receiving its initial impetus from the now famous lecture of Kas??t??rrr 1), investigators have sought to establish some sort of continuity between the historical Jesus and the Christ of the kerygma. In so doing the "new" quest hopes that it possesses certain bulwarks 2) which will protect it from the errors of the nineteenth century quests. The second new emphasis in gospel studies is the "redaktionsgeschichtlich" 3) investigation of the gospels. Whereas form criticism generally thought of the Evangelists as collectors and scissors and paste men, BoRNKAnzM 4), CoNZEr.MArrrr 5), and MARXSEN 6) demonstrated that they were more than this. Each Evangelist was a theologian in his own right and possessed a theological purpose for writing his gospel. As a result there has been much investigation of the particular theologies of Matthew, Mark, and Luke. Although there has been a great deal of "redaktionsgeschichtlich" investigation, the question of methodo- logy has frequently been glossed http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Novum Testamentum Brill

The Proper Methodology for Ascertaining a Markan Redaction History

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BRILL
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© 1971 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0048-1009
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1568-5365
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10.1163/156853671X00026
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THE PROPER METHODOLOGY FOR ASCERTAINING A MARKAN REDACTION HISTORY BY DR. ROBERT H. STEIN St. Paul Minnesota During the past two decades two new emphases have dominated the investigation of the gospel materials. One of these is the "new" quest of the historical Jesus. Receiving its initial impetus from the now famous lecture of Kas??t??rrr 1), investigators have sought to establish some sort of continuity between the historical Jesus and the Christ of the kerygma. In so doing the "new" quest hopes that it possesses certain bulwarks 2) which will protect it from the errors of the nineteenth century quests. The second new emphasis in gospel studies is the "redaktionsgeschichtlich" 3) investigation of the gospels. Whereas form criticism generally thought of the Evangelists as collectors and scissors and paste men, BoRNKAnzM 4), CoNZEr.MArrrr 5), and MARXSEN 6) demonstrated that they were more than this. Each Evangelist was a theologian in his own right and possessed a theological purpose for writing his gospel. As a result there has been much investigation of the particular theologies of Matthew, Mark, and Luke. Although there has been a great deal of "redaktionsgeschichtlich" investigation, the question of methodo- logy has frequently been glossed

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Novum TestamentumBrill

Published: Jan 1, 1971

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