Hauptseite> Bibliografie > unmittelbar > Einzelfragen > interne Evidenz > Wortlaut > Redaktion?

Bibliografie zu Einzelfragen rund um das Synoptische Problem
2. Interne Evidenz  2.3 Wortlaut
2.3.7 Unerklärbare/nachweisbare Redaktion
Version 1.01    15.03.2002

Ed Parish Sanders, The Tendencies of the Synoptic Tradition, Society for New Testament Studies. Monograph Series 9, Cambridge: University Press, 1969.

Rainer Riesner, "Wie sicher ist die Zwei-Quellen-Theorie?", Theologische Beiträge 8 (1977), S. 49-73.

John M. Rist, On the Independence of Matthew and Mark, Society for New Testament Studies: Monograph Series 32, Cambridge: University Press, 1978.

Ed Parish Sanders, "Suggested Exceptions to the Priority of Mark", The Two-Source Hypothesis: A Critical Appraisal, Hg. Arthur J. Bellinzoni Jr., Macon: Mercer University Press, 1985, S. 199-203.

Johan Engelbrecht, "Challenging the Two-Source Hypothesis: How Successful are the Commentaries?", Neotestamentica 30 (1996), S. 89-101.

Mark S. Goodacre, "Fatigue in the Synoptics", New Testament Studies 44 (1998), S. 45-58.

Zeba Antonin Crook, "The Synoptic Parables of the Mustard Seed and the Leaven: A Test Case for the Two-Document, Two-Gospel and Farrer-Goulder Hypotheses", Journal for the Study of the New Testament 78 (2000), S. 23-48.

Antike Vergleichstexte:
Bruce Chilton, "Targumic Transmission and Dominical Tradition", Gospel Perspectives: Studies of History and Tradition in the Four Gospels, Hg. R. T. France / David Wenham, Bd. 1, 1980, 2. Aufl. Sheffield: JSOT, 1983, S. 21-45.
Bruce Chilton, Profiles of a Rabbi: Synoptic Opportunities in Reading About Jesus, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1989.

F. Gerald Downing, "Compositional Conventions and the Synoptic Problem", Journal of Biblical Literature 107 (1988), S. 69-85.

Top               Ergänzungen