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Ausgabe:

Dezember/2019

Spalte:

1254–1256

Kategorie:

Neues Testament

Autor/Hrsg.:

Larsen, Matthew D. C.

Titel/Untertitel:

Gospels Before the Book.

Verlag:

Oxford u. a.: Oxford University Press 2018. 248 S. Geb. US$ 39,95. ISBN 978-0-19-084858-3.

Rezensent:

Phillip A. Davis, Jr

If synchronic analysis of the gospels seems to have won pride of place in contemporary New Testament scholarship, Matthew Larsen’s book, stemming from his Yale dissertation supervized by Dale Martin, would turn that state of affairs on its head. L. argues that Mark, or as he more cautiously prefers, »the textual tradition that came to be known as the Gospel according to Mark«, should not be understood (anachronistically) as a finished, published book with a singular author, but rather as hypomnēmata, unfinished notes left open for textual revision. Prior to Irenaeus, so argues L., this was precisely how Mark was read, used, and understood – by the tradition that came to be known as the Gospel according to Matthew, by the prologue to Luke, and by Papias. Accordingly, the ...


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