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.