The first part of this collection is devoted to one of the key questions of the “Synoptic Problem”: the literary and Christological relationship between Mark and Q. The second part deals with the “Third Quest” for the historical Jesus, concentrating on his teaching and its cultural context. These interrelated themes each attract detailed analysis of their methodology as well as their impact on New Testament studies generally, providing a very useful introduction to the state of research in these important fields.
- Title: Jesus, Mark and Q: The Teaching of Jesus and Its Earliest Records
- Author: Michael Labahn and Andreas Schmidt
- Publisher: Sheffield Academic Press
- Publication Date: 2001
- Pages: 296
About Michael Labahn and Andreas Schmidt
Michael Labahn is Wissenchaftlicher Assistant for New Testament at Martin-Luther University, Halle-Wittenberg, Germany
Andreas Schmidt is Lutheran Pastor of St Maritius, Dissen, Germany.