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Oxford Studies in the Synoptic Problem
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Oxford Studies in the Synoptic Problem


Clarendon Press 1911

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This collection of essays by faculty members at Oxford University presents in-depth analyses of the Synoptic problem. It discusses various topics and hypotheses, including the historical circumstances contributing to the Synoptic problem, extensive discussion of the hypothetical text of Q, Luke’s use of Mark, the so-called “double tradition” of Matthew and Luke, the “Book of Sayings” used by Matthew, the Aramaic background of the Gospels, the eschatological problem in Synoptic criticism, and more.

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If you like this resource be sure to check out Classic Studies on the Synoptic Problem.

Key Features

  • Offers a proper orientation to the Synoptic problem
  • Contains materials ideal for students, teachers, and pastors
  • Offers in-depth treatments of one of the most discussed issues in New Testament studies

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About William Sanday

William Sanday (1843–1920) was Dean Ireland’s Professor of Exegesis of Holy Scripture and Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity at Oxford as well as fellow of the British Academy. He served as an editor of the 1880 Variorum Bible and contributed several articles to the Encyclopaedia Biblica.

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