Tag Archives: Luke

Christian Texts and History • Re: Why did Marcion adopt the gospel of Luke?

By maryhelena MrMacSon wrote:Propositions that Marcion’s Gospel preceded Luke have been around for quite a while – Klinghardt has also suggested Marcion’s Gospel preceded Matthew.Matthias Klinghardt (2008) ‘The Marcionite Gospel and the Synoptic Problem: A New Suggestion’Novum Testamentum; 50(1):1-27. – full article: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B75F1hK … edit?pli=1Thanks for that link – finally …read more

Christian Texts and History • Re: Why did Marcion adopt the gospel of Luke?

By maryhelena MrMacSon wrote:Propositions that Marcion’s Gospel preceded Luke have been around for quite a while – Klinghardt has also suggested Marcion’s Gospel preceded Matthew.Matthias Klinghardt (2008) ‘The Marcionite Gospel and the Synoptic Problem: A New Suggestion’Novum Testamentum; 50(1):1-27. – full article: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B75F1hK … edit?pli=1Thanks for that link – finally …read more

From Persitent Prayer to Effective Activism: Re-reading Luke 18 – David McLoughlin

By Richard Goode David McLoughlin’s sessions are always a highlight and at this year’s NRCBR conference it was no exception. David’s re-reading of Luke’s parable of the persistent widow (sometimes referred to as ‘the corrupt/unjust judge’) in Luke 18:1-8 exemplifies David’s engaging style and his ability to look at familiar texts with fresh …read more

Comment on Michael Kok, “The Gospel on the Margins: The Reception of Mark in the Second Century” by Michael J. Kok

By Michael J. Kok Oh, and one more point I forgot, there is an argument that Clement of Alexandria did not contradict Markan priority, but was referring to Matthew/Luke (the Gospels with the genealogies) being “set forth publicly” or openly published while Mark’s text was meant for a small private circle in Rome. Interested …read more

Comment on Michael Kok, “The Gospel on the Margins: The Reception of Mark in the Second Century” by Michael J. Kok

By Michael J. Kok Oh, and one more point I forgot, there is an argument that Clement of Alexandria did not contradict Markan priority, but was referring to Matthew/Luke (the Gospels with the genealogies) being “set forth publicly” or openly published while Mark’s text was meant for a small private circle in Rome. Interested …read more

Comment on Michael Kok, “The Gospel on the Margins: The Reception of Mark in the Second Century” by Michael J. Kok

By Michael J. Kok Oh, and one more point I forgot, there is an argument that Clement of Alexandria did not contradict Markan priority, but was referring to Matthew/Luke (the Gospels with the genealogies) being “set forth publicly” or openly published while Mark’s text was meant for a small private circle in Rome. Interested …read more

Comment on Michael Kok, “The Gospel on the Margins: The Reception of Mark in the Second Century” by Michael J. Kok

By Michael J. Kok Oh, and one more point I forgot, there is an argument that Clement of Alexandria did not contradict Markan priority, but was referring to Matthew/Luke (the Gospels with the genealogies) being “set forth publicly” or openly published while Mark’s text was meant for a small private circle in Rome. Interested …read more

Comment on Michael Kok, “The Gospel on the Margins: The Reception of Mark in the Second Century” by Michael J. Kok

By Michael J. Kok Oh, and one more point I forgot, there is an argument that Clement of Alexandria did not contradict Markan priority, but was referring to Matthew/Luke (the Gospels with the genealogies) being “set forth publicly” or openly published while Mark’s text was meant for a small private circle in Rome. Interested …read more

Comment on Michael Kok, “The Gospel on the Margins: The Reception of Mark in the Second Century” by Michael J. Kok

By Michael J. Kok Oh, and one more point I forgot, there is an argument that Clement of Alexandria did not contradict Markan priority, but was referring to Matthew/Luke (the Gospels with the genealogies) being “set forth publicly” or openly published while Mark’s text was meant for a small private circle in Rome. Interested …read more

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