4231Re: [Synoptic-L] The Critical Edition of Q
- May 1, 2000On 1 May 00, at 10:04, Peter M. Head wrote:
> In my previous posting I was really just trying to obey our moderator'sApologies if my previous post on the topic sounded unduly intense.
> advice not always to take everything so seriously. I'm still in the closet
> on Q.
I did enjoy your jokey post about the topic very much but
nevertheless found myself wondering how a member of the IQP
would react to it. After all, these people spend a large amount of
time working on the assumption not only that this text exists but
also that it can be reconstructed in minute detail. I wonder how
they would react if indeed it becomes clear that, after all, Q is
>Why don't we wait until we can get our hands on this new criticalI think it is a cracking idea! You might be interested to hear that
> volume (and maybe Kloppenborg's Excavating) and organise a proper Q
> e-seminar in this forum? Presumably even unbelievers (in Q that is) would
> value working through the evidence/arguments. I suppose we could do it now
> (there is no shortage of argument already!), but it needs a bit of
> direction and organisation (maybe a guest star).
> What do you think?
Prof. Kloppenborg has already kindly agreed to take part in an on-
line seminar focused on his _Excavating Q_. It is scheduled for a
three week period beginning on September 11 and there will be
more details anon. "Watch this space"!
Happy May day
Dr Mark Goodacre mailto:M.S.Goodacre@...
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