In Dialogue with Another Gospel?: The Influence of the Fourth Gospel on the Passion Narrative of the Gospel of Luke

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Matson examines the relationship between John and Luke, bringing critical attention to the Passion narrative. The problems of rhetoric and intertextuality, especially concerning John's dependence and Luke's authorial method, are discussed. The existing scholarship on the relationship between John and Luke is reviewed. The pattern of John-Luke relationships is outlined, textual variants are addressed, and the twenty-second, twenty-third, and twenty-fourth chapters of Luke are explicated in detail. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781589830103
  • Publisher: Society of Biblical Literature
  • Publication date: 1/28/2001
  • Series: Dissertation Series
  • Pages: 479
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.98 (h) x 1.33 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Ch. 1 Introduction 1
The Issue of John and the Synoptics: Is John Dependent? 6
Problems Relative to Luke: Luke's Authorial Method 11
Reading Luke: Rhetoric and Intertextuality 14
The Shape of This Study 18
Ch. 2 The Study of the Relationship of Luke and John: The Project in the Context of Existing Scholarship 21
Early Approaches to the Problem 22
The Argument for Common Tradition 32
The Argument for John's Literary Dependence 58
The Merging of Literary and Tradition: Continuing Orality 72
Questioning the Relationship: New Approaches 78
Summary of Approaches to the Luke-John Agreements 85
Ch. 3 The Pattern of Luke-John Relationships 91
Close Linguistic or Striking Substantive Similarities 93
Common Order 107
Common Geographical References 117
Common Individual Facts or Allusions 125
Common Omissions 145
Common Named Characters 152
Common Themes or Theology 155
Conclusion 162
Ch. 4 Textual Variants: The Western Non-Interpolations 165
Introduction 165
Method of Textual Criticism 168
External Evidence: The Documentary Attestation 170
Internal Arguments 180
Conclusions 222
App Instances where the Western Text is Shorter 224
Ch. 5 Luke's Editorial Method and the Approach of this Study 233
The Surgical Knife: Separating Source and Redaction in Luke 236
Luke as Composer: Goulder and Drury 247
Emphasizing Contents: Soards 252
The Approach of This Study 256
What is Proof? 261
Ch. 6 Luke Chapter 22 263
Introduction to the Passover. Luke 22:1-2 264
Betrayal by Judas. Luke 22:3-6 266
Preparation for the Passover. Luke 22:7-13 270
The Last Supper. Luke 22:14-20 271
Betrayal Prediction. Luke 22:21-30 274
Peter's Denial Predicted. Luke 22:31-33 279
The Two Swords. Luke 22:35-38 287
Prayer on Mount of Olives. Luke 22:39-46 288
Jesus' Arrest. Luke 22:47-53 293
Peter's Denial. Luke 22:54-65 303
Trial Before Jewish Leaders. Luke 22:66-71 311
Conclusions 317
Ch. 7 Luke Chapter 23 319
Trial Before Pilate (Pt. 1). Luke 23:1-5 319
Trial Before Herod. Luke 23:6-12 333
Trial Before Pilate (Pt. 2). Luke 23:13-25 339
Road to Golgotha. Luke 23:26-32 363
Crucifixion. Luke 23:33-38 365
Two Criminals. Luke 23:39-43 368
Death of Jesus. Luke 23:44-49 369
Burial of Jesus. Luke 23:50-56 373
Conclusions 376
Ch. 8 Luke Chapter 24 379
The Empty Tomb. Luke 23:56b-24:12 381
The Emmaus Narrative. Luke 24:13-35 410
Appearance before the Disciples. Luke 24:36-43 422
Luke's Great Commission. Luke 24:44-49 434
The Ascension. Luke 24:50-53 436
Conclusions 437
Ch. 9 Conclusions 439
Preliminary Aspects of the Study 439
The Analysis of Texts 441
Luke's Work as Author 445
Future Research 446
Bibliography 449
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