Re: A Marcan editing formula?
- On Mon, 29 Jan 1996, Jim Deardorff wrote:
> Also in response to James Adair's request, here's a topic initiated by aAssuming Matthean priority, and literary dependency, Jameson's case
> scholar of the 1920s, H. G. Jameson, who's argument pointing out an
> apparent Marcan editing formula has not been refuted or even discussed
> since in the literature, as far as I know. This is in his book, "The
> Origin of the Synoptic Gospels" (1922).
appears to be very strong. I suspect it has been ignored (much as
Baird's "Audience Criticism and the Historical Jesus") merely because it
would reverse the direction of NT studies away from Markan priority, the
Two-Source Hypothesis, and the then-ongoing Quest of the Historical Jesus.
Of course, current traditions need continually to be challenged and
reexamined, and Jameson gives one direction for valuable pursuit.
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