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Critical Methodology and the Gospels

The Historical-Literary Approach to the Gospels: Understanding Critical Methods Scholars Use to Study the Gospels

    The Discussion about the Order of the Gospels and Source Criticism

      Irenaeus, Adversus Haereses III.1.1

      Eusebius, Ecclesiastical History III.39.14-17

      Justin, Dialogue with Trypho 106.9-10

      Clement of Alexandria, Adumbrationes in epistolas canonicas

      Tertullian, Treatise against Marcion IV.5.3

      Old Latin Prologue to Mark

      Irenaeus, Adversus Haereses III.1.1

      Tertullian, Treatise against Marcion IV.5.3

      Muratorian Canon lines 1-4

      Irenaeus, Adversus Haereses II.1.1

      Muratorian Canon line 9

      Old Latin Prologue, Recension 2

      Tertullian, Treatise against Marcion IV.2.1-5

      The Anti-Marcionite Prologue to Luke

      Old Latin Prologue

      Eusebius, Ecclesiastical History V.8.1-5; III.24-25.

      Papias, Interpretations of the Lord’s Logia

      Augustine, De Consensu Evangelistarum (The Harmony of the Gospels), I.1-4; I.3.6; I.4.7; IV.10.11)

    The Issue of Differences of Wording (Ipsissima Verba and Ipsissima Vox) and Redaction Criticism

      Gospel of the Ebionites

    Looking for the Essence of Jesus and the Three Quests for Historical Jesus

      Gospel of Thomas

Related Topics: Bible Study Methods, Gospels