Gospel Perspectives Vol 5 – Your chance to choose an article

Below is the Table of Contents from Gospel Perspectives, Vol 5: The Jesus Tradition Outside the Gospels. Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1984. As below, please vote by 15th December. Gerhard Maier’s article is not listed as it is in German.

David Wenham, “Paul’s Use of the Jesus Tradition: Three Samples,” pp.7-38.

Peter Richardson & Peter Gooch, “Logia of Jesus in 1 Corinthians,” pp.39-62.

Peter H. Davids, “James and Jesus,” 63-84.

G.K. Beale, “The Use of Daniel in the Synoptic Eschatological Discourse and in the Book of Revelation,” pp.129-154.

Bruce Chilton, “The Gospel According to Thomas as a Source of Jesus’ Teaching,” pp.155-176.

Craig L. Blomberg, “Tradition and Redaction in the Parables of the Gospel of Thomas,” pp.177-206.

David F. Wright, “Apocryphal Gospels: The ‘Unknown Gospel’ (Pap. Egerton 2) and the Gospel of Peter,” pp.207-232.

Donald A. Hagner, “The Sayings of Jesus in the Apostolic Fathers and Justin Martyr,” pp.233-268.

Jonathan Draper, “The Jesus Traditon in the Didache,” pp.269-288.

Graham H. Twelftree, “Jesus in Jewish Traditions,” pp. 289-342.

Murray J. Harris, “References to Jesus in Early Classical Authors,” pp.343-368.

Richard Bauckham, “The Study of Gospel Traditions Outside the Canonical Gospels: Problems and Prospects,” 369-404.

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

  1. I’d say: Donald A. Hagner, “The Sayings of Jesus in the Apostolic Fathers and Justin Martyr,” pp.233-268.

    Rick Brannan
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  2. I’d prefer either:

    “Apocryphal Gospels: The ‘Unknown Gospel’ (Pap. Egerton 2) and the Gospel of Peter”

    because everyone needs to know about Egerton Pap…

    “The Sayings of Jesus in the Apostolic Fathers and Justin Martyr”

    because it would be cool to see how biblical quotes in Justin and the fathers line up with what we refer to today…

  3. I really think Bauckham would be a great addition to the web material available, but my money has to be on P.H. Davids article as there is scant information on the web on this specific chapter. Thus, it will fill a gaping hole in web material on this subject.

    The rest of the articles are great, but the subjects covered are available in other places. Except for Hagner’s article, although I’m not sure…

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