Series: Wissenshaftliche Untersuchungen Zum Neuen Testament, 123 (Book 123)
Series: Wissenshaftliche Untersuchungen Zum Neuen Testament, 123 (Book 123). When we press for such details, we are superimposing our ideas about how the gospel writers and their oral sources SHOULD HAVE written it/spoken about it. We thus disrespect their genre and style, and basic intent. Therefore, many (though not all) of the "discrepancies" in the gospels are simply the side effect of the nature of that genre of orally conveying and then recording "history. We don't dictate how a Psalm should have been more literal and not so figurative, in the same way we should not be dictating how a gospel should have been written.
Read by Samuel Byrskog. Fascinating also are the discussions of relevant passages in the New Testament such as Lk 1:1-4; Jn 19:35; 21:24; and 1 Jn 1:1-4
Read by Samuel Byrskog. Fascinating also are the discussions of relevant passages in the New Testament such as Lk 1:1-4; Jn 19:35; 21:24; and 1 Jn 1:1-4. in The Expository Times 2000, vol. 112, p. 59 Erzahlung als Geschichte - Geschichte als Erzahlung. Die Evangelientradition im Rahmen der mundlichen Uberlieferung der Antike.
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Flag for inappropriate content For Later. Kelber. 109 110 113. 117 117 119 122 124 126. 127 128. b. c. d. e. Narrative as Oral Communication in Textualized Form.
Insisting that oral history revives ancient values about relating to the past, Byrskog identifies the ancient historians from Herodotus .
Insisting that oral history revives ancient values about relating to the past, Byrskog identifies the ancient historians from Herodotus on as constituting the basic comparative material for investigation. That this genre is appropriate for a study of the formation of the gospel tradition is simply presupposed. Thus Byrskog can characterize "the literacy displayed in the gospel tradition as, in essence, a form of 'secondary' orality," that is, "& literature', written from memory to memory" (p. 127). Chapter 4 considers how the present colors perception of the past.
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Story as History - History as Story: The Gospel Tradition in the Context of Ancient Oral History (Wissenshaftliche Untersuchungen .
And a final, interesting detail about Mark is that (unlike most ancient texts, including the gospels) a note to the reader was inserted into a speech of Jesus at some early point in its transmission history. The best way to memorise Mark’s Gospel is to learn the structures on which it is based, after which you can flesh these out, one by one, with the actual words of the Gospel.
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Author: Samuel Byrskog
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