The traffic sometimes runs in the other direction. In *Excavating Q*,
cites *Thomas a*s counting against FH, specifically against Farrer's
statement that the sayings collection was an unattested genre among the
early Christians (347 n. 35).
Austin Graduate School of Theology
On Tue, May 31, 2011 at 3:25 PM, Mark Goodacre <Goodacre@...> wrote:
> As some of you may know, I am currently working on a book on the
> relationship between the Gospel of Thomas and the Synoptics. It
> occurs to me that I am not aware of a single piece of scholarship on
> the Gospel of Thomas that engages with the Farrer Theory. The only
> piece I am aware of that even mentions it is Stephen Patterson, �The
> Gospel of (Judas) Thomas and the Synoptic Problem� in P. Foster, A.
> Gregory, J. S. Kloppenborg and J. Verheyden (eds.), New Studies in the
> Synoptic Problem (BETL, 239; Leuven: Peeters, 2011), 783-808.
> Patterson gives the theory a footnote (p. 790, n. 34), which I think
> may be a sign of future hope. Is anyone aware of anything else?
> Cross-posting to the Gospel of Thomas list and Synoptic-L.
> Mark Goodacre
> Duke University
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