Thanks to Bob Schacht for pointing out to me that I didn't actually send the content of this post to the list. I sent the message to Tim, realized I hadn't sent it to the group, and then replied to the group withou adding the message. I was out late last night. It should have read:
There's also W. R. F. Browning, The Gospel According to Saint Luke: A Commentary (New York: Collier Books, 1962). At 160 pp., not a full-scale critical commentary. Not very detailed on source criticism or much else.<<
Now that I think about it, there's also Eric Franklin on Luke in the one-volume Oxford Biblical Commentary, John Barton and John Muddiman, eds. (2000). But Franklin is much more guarded about expressing support for the Farrer theory there than in his Luke: Interpreter of Paul, Critic of Matthew (1994).
Kenneth A. Olson
MA, History, University of Maryland
PhD Student, Religion, Duke University
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