Gospel Perspectives Vol 2 – Your chance to choose an article

Below are the articles from Gospel Perspectives, Vol. 2: Studies of History and tradition in the Four Gospels. Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1981. I can place one of the articles from this list on-line, subject to the author’s permission. As there are so many good articles I am asking for help in deciding which one to use; so if you have a favourite, please add a comment to let me know. I have excluded the article by Gerhard Maier which is in German.

1) Which article you would like to see included
2) Briefly say why.

Please vote by 15th December. I will take all votes and comments into consideration when I decide which one to use.

D.E. Aune, “The Problem of the Genre of the Gospels: A Critique of C.H. Talbert’s What is a Gospel?” pp.9-60.

R.J. Banke, “Setting ‘The Quest for the Hsitorical Jesus’ in a Broader Framework,” pp.61-82.

D.A. Carson, “Historical Tradition in the Fourth Gospel: After Dodd, What?” pp.83-146.

Bruce Chilton, “Announcement in Nazara: An Analysis of Luke 4:16-21″ pp.147-172.

William Lane Craig, “The Empty Tomb of Jesus” pp.173-200.

Stephen C. Farris, “On Discerning Semitic Sources in Luke1-2” pp.201-238.

R.T. France, “Scripture, Tradition and the History of the Infancy Narratives of Matthew” pp.239-266

Grant R. Osborne, “John 21: Test Case for History and Redaction in the Resurrection Narratives,” pp.293-328.

Philip Barton Payne, “The Authenticity of the Parables of Jesus” pp.329-344.

David Wenham, “Paul and the Synoptic Apocalypse” pp.345-375.

5 thoughts on “Gospel Perspectives Vol 2 – Your chance to choose an article

  1. I’d prefer either:

    “Historical Tradition in the Fourth Gospel: After Dodd, What?”

    ’cause Johannine texts never get as much attention as the synoptics…

    “Scripture, Tradition and the History of the Infancy Narratives of Matthew”

    ’cause Yeshua’s infancy is usually forgotten…

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