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Resourcing New Testament studies [electronic resource] : literary, historical, and theological essays in honor of David L. Dungan / edited by Allan J. McNicol, David B. Peabody, J. Samuel Subramanian.

Contributor(s): McNicol, Allan J. (Allan James), 1939- | Peabody, David Barrett | Dungan, David L | Subramanian, J. Samuel.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : T & T Clark International, 2009Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 222 p.) : 1 port.ISBN: 9780567243522 (electronic bk.); 0567243524 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Bible -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Dungan, David L | Religion | RELIGION -- Biblical Criticism & Interpretation -- New Testament | Neues Testament | ExegeseGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Resourcing New Testament studies.DDC classification: 225.6 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
David L. Dungan's life and work: a cooperative essay on a collaborative scholar / Charles H. Reynolds, David E. Linge, Ralph V. Norman, David R. Cartlidge, and Sean McEvenue -- A bibliography of works by David L. Dungan -- Source and text criticism of the past: analogues for the present / David Barrett Peabody -- The "abridgement" of Matthew and Luke: Mark as epitome? / Robert A. Derrenbacker, Jr. -- Has Goulder sunk Q? On linguistic characteristics and the synoptic problem / Allan J. McNicol -- Jesus as a ___ / Adrian Leske -- More than David's son: Mark 12:35-37A/Matthew 22:41-46/Luke 20:41-44 -- St. Matthew: the gospel for all nations / Samuel Oyin Abogunrin -- The Lord's prayer in the gospel of Matthew / J. Samuel Subramanian -- Mary and Martha in the third and fourth gospels: an exercise in source criticism / William O. Walker, Jr. -- Luke and the trial of Jesus: a special source? / Joseph B. Tyson -- Christ's good news for all: multiple emphases in Peter's speech of Acts 10:34B-43 -- Reflections on Jesus and the New Testament canon / William R. Farmer -- Christ in the ethical teaching of early Christianity -- Universalism and unity of human rights: an ideal claim and practical behavior / Hans-Hartmut Schroeder.
Summary: Resourcing New Testament Studies includes fifteen essays, contributed by twenty, internationally known scholars, including representatives from North America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia. These colleagues joined together to honor David Laird Dungan, Emeritus Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, whose impressive teaching, research, and publishing career has now spanned over four decades. Opening 'Part I. In Honor of David L. Dungan, ' is a lively and revealing 'Cooperative Essay on a Collaborative Scholar, ' composed by five of Dungan's colleagues; three, from the University of Tennessee; a fourth, from the editorial team with Dungan for The International Bible Commentary; and the fifth, Dungan's friend from childhood and co-author of their popular Sourcebook for the Study of the Gospels. Part I concludes with a full bibliography of Dungan's published work. Subsequent Parts of the volume focus on three themes, each reflecting some aspect of Dungan's own work, 'Part II. The Synoptic Problem;' 'Part III. Jesus, the Gospels and Acts' and 'Part IV. Canon, Theology and Ethics.' Contributors to this Festschrift include David R. Cartlidge, Robert A. Derrenbacker, Jr., William R. Farmer, David Noel Freedman with Henry Innes MacAdam, Albert Fuchs, Birger Gerhardsson, Jan Lambrecht, Adrian Leske, David E. Linge, Sean McEvenue, Ralph V. Norman, Samuel Oyin Obogunrin, Charles H. Reynolds, Hans-Hartmut Schroeder, Joseph B. Tyson, William O. Walker, Jr., and the three co-editors, Allan J. McNicol, David B. Peabody and J. Samuel Subramanian.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 199-213).

David L. Dungan's life and work: a cooperative essay on a collaborative scholar / Charles H. Reynolds, David E. Linge, Ralph V. Norman, David R. Cartlidge, and Sean McEvenue -- A bibliography of works by David L. Dungan -- Source and text criticism of the past: analogues for the present / David Barrett Peabody -- The "abridgement" of Matthew and Luke: Mark as epitome? / Robert A. Derrenbacker, Jr. -- Has Goulder sunk Q? On linguistic characteristics and the synoptic problem / Allan J. McNicol -- Jesus as a ___ / Adrian Leske -- More than David's son: Mark 12:35-37A/Matthew 22:41-46/Luke 20:41-44 -- St. Matthew: the gospel for all nations / Samuel Oyin Abogunrin -- The Lord's prayer in the gospel of Matthew / J. Samuel Subramanian -- Mary and Martha in the third and fourth gospels: an exercise in source criticism / William O. Walker, Jr. -- Luke and the trial of Jesus: a special source? / Joseph B. Tyson -- Christ's good news for all: multiple emphases in Peter's speech of Acts 10:34B-43 -- Reflections on Jesus and the New Testament canon / William R. Farmer -- Christ in the ethical teaching of early Christianity -- Universalism and unity of human rights: an ideal claim and practical behavior / Hans-Hartmut Schroeder.

Resourcing New Testament Studies includes fifteen essays, contributed by twenty, internationally known scholars, including representatives from North America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia. These colleagues joined together to honor David Laird Dungan, Emeritus Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, whose impressive teaching, research, and publishing career has now spanned over four decades. Opening 'Part I. In Honor of David L. Dungan, ' is a lively and revealing 'Cooperative Essay on a Collaborative Scholar, ' composed by five of Dungan's colleagues; three, from the University of Tennessee; a fourth, from the editorial team with Dungan for The International Bible Commentary; and the fifth, Dungan's friend from childhood and co-author of their popular Sourcebook for the Study of the Gospels. Part I concludes with a full bibliography of Dungan's published work. Subsequent Parts of the volume focus on three themes, each reflecting some aspect of Dungan's own work, 'Part II. The Synoptic Problem;' 'Part III. Jesus, the Gospels and Acts' and 'Part IV. Canon, Theology and Ethics.' Contributors to this Festschrift include David R. Cartlidge, Robert A. Derrenbacker, Jr., William R. Farmer, David Noel Freedman with Henry Innes MacAdam, Albert Fuchs, Birger Gerhardsson, Jan Lambrecht, Adrian Leske, David E. Linge, Sean McEvenue, Ralph V. Norman, Samuel Oyin Obogunrin, Charles H. Reynolds, Hans-Hartmut Schroeder, Joseph B. Tyson, William O. Walker, Jr., and the three co-editors, Allan J. McNicol, David B. Peabody and J. Samuel Subramanian.

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