Title: The Oxford Conference on the Synoptic Problem
Authors: Batovici, Daniel # ×
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Sheffield Academic Press
Series Title: Currents in Biblical Research vol:7 issue:2 pages:249-277
Abstract: The past two centuries have witnessed a wide spectrum of solutions for the Synoptic Problem. Even though quite far from a consensus, the problem tends to incorporate new domains from ongoing connected research: the relevance of the Gospel of Thomas, the Synoptic authors’ use of the Old Testament or recent studies on communication media in antiquity. This article surveys a number of issues presented in the papers of the Oxford Conference on the Synoptic Problem, held in May 2008, ranging from challenging past and present solutions of the Synoptic Problem from different perspectives to new directions of research on this topic.
Description: Reprinted in Paul Foster (ed.), New Testament Studies (SAGE Publications, May 2010).
ISSN: 1476-993X
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: DI
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