By Mark Goodacre
Goulder and the Gospels is the 1st entire reaction to the novel problem Michael Goulder has posed for brand spanking new testomony scholarship. Goulder dispenses with all hypothetical sources-Q, M and L and postulates hugely artistic evangelists who write within the gentle of the liturgy. during this penetrating critique, Goodacre offers a severe evaluate of Goulder's paintings, targeting a number of key components, the vocabulary of Q, the language of the Minor Agreements, the creativity of Luke and the lectionary concept. He doesn't easily determine the plausibility of Goulder's principles but in addition develops new how you can attempt them. The theories are often came upon to be in need of, yet even as Goulder is reaffirmed as probably the most vital and stimulating Biblical students of this new release.
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1-8) One word among the QC words in this passaage satisfies Hawkins's criteria for Matthew: awdyco (24/5/6+12, Mt. 11 There is one word which satisfies the Hawkins criteria for Luke: Keijuou (3/0/6, Lk. 53 R). There are plenty of semi-Matthean words and phrases: yevvr|jia (3/0/1); exi8va (3/0/1);12 Kapjcov TCOIECO x 2 (11/0/6, Mt. 43 R; cf. oq, 19/5/12, Mt. 34 R);13 ovv x 2 (56/5/31, Mt. 26 R); 14 (9/0/8, Mt. 11 R); JLXT| + aorist subjunctive15 (28/9/18, Mt. 23 R); Xeyco v[dv oxi (21/4/12); 8ev5pov x 2 (12/1/7, Mt.
My figures comprise: Mt. 30 R (though cf. 31; Lk. 33 MK. 9 M (with 6 rcaxfip 6 obpavioq). Three more possible occurrences in Luke would bring his figure to 7: Lk. 2526 R. Goulder does not give any redactional occurrences. For -q yf\ = the world, see p. 72 n. 112, below. 2. QC Words and Characteristic Vocabulary 53 8. 18 (cf. 1-12) There are no words here which are characteristic of either evangelist. 9. 27-36 There is one word/phrase which comes on Hawkins's lists: 6 naxr\p \)|i&v/fmcov, etc. (20/1/3, Mt.
287-90. 1. 47 It is disappointing, given his popularity in Britain, that there is substantial ignorance of Goulder's work in Germany. 49 This is largely, no doubt, because of the widespread source-critical orthodoxy of the Zweiquellentheorie. 52 In addition to this, Goulder's lectionary hypothesis is a peculiarly British affair53 and this has, no doubt, prejudiced many would-be German sympathizers against Goulder's work. This ignorance is particularly disappointing given the development of Goulder's 'user-friendliness' to German Gospel critics.