Item description for Evangelica III: 1992-2000. Collected Essays (Bibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium) by aF. Neirynck...
Following Evangelica I (1982) and Evangelica II (1991), this third volume covers 32 essays published in the years 1992-2000, indexed and updated with supplementary notes up to 2001. It includes five parts. I. Colloquium Biblicum Lovaniense: 1. John and the Synoptics: 1975-1990. 2. Literary Criticism, Old and New. 3. The Sayings of Jesus in 1 Corinthians. 4. Q 6,20b-21; 7,22 and Isaiah 61. 5. Luke 4,16-30 and the Unity of Luke-Acts. II. The Minor Agreements: 6. The First Synoptic Pericope. 7. The Minor Agreements and Q. 8. Luke 10:25-28: A Foreign Body in Luke? 9. The Minor Agreements and Lk 10,25-28. 10. Luke 9,22 and 10,25-28: R.H. Gundry. 11. Goulder and the Minor Agreements. 12. Gospel Issues in the Passion Narratives: R.E. Brown. 13. A Symposium on the Minor Agreements. III. The Synoptic Problem: 14. The Two-Source Hypothesis: Introduction. 15. The Argument(s) from Order: D.J. Neville. 16. The Sources of Matthew: U. Luz. 17. Urmarcus revise: M.-E. Boismard. IV. The Sayings Source Q: 18. Q: From Source to Gospel. 19. Documenta Q: Q 11,2b-4. 20. Note on Q 4,1-2. 21. Nazara in Q: Pro and Con. 22. The Divorce Saying in Q 16,18. 23. Saving/Losing One's Life: Luke 17,33 (Q?) and Mark 8,35. 24. Mark and Q: Assessment: H. Fleddermann. V. John and the Synoptics Revisited: 25. Once More Luke 24,12: A. Dauer. 26. A Supplementary Note on Lk 24,12. 27. Note on Mt 28,9-10. 28. Short Note on John 19,26-27. 29. Jean 4,46-54: Une lecon de methode: S. Landis. 30. John and the Synoptics in Recent Commentaries: U. Wilckens, U. Schnelle. 31. The Question of John and the Synoptics: D.M. Smith. VI. The Gospels and Jesus: J.D. Crossan (Peeters 2001)
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more premire Gospel scholarship May 29, 2002
Omne trinum perfectum. This adage was used in 1992 by a good colleague of mine encouraging me to prepare the publication of a third volume of Evangelica. Not unlike volumes I and II the preparation of the new collection was spread over a period of nine years. Again, the title Evangelica stands for Gospel studies, a variety of essays on the Four Gospels. Evangelica [I]. Gospel Studies ? Etudes d'evangile. Collected Essays, ed. F. Van Segbroeck (BETL, 60), 1982, xlx?1036 p.: I. The Four Gospels. n. The Empty Tomb Stories. nl. The Gospel of Mark. Iv. Matthew and Luke. v. The Text of the Gospels. Nos. 1?43. Evangelica II: 1982?1991. Collected Essays, ed. F. Van Segbroeck (BETL, 99), 1991, xtx?874 p.: I. The Minor Agreements. a. Matthew and Luke. tn. Mark and the Synoptic Problem. iv. The Sayings of Jesus. v. The Fourth Gospel. vi. The Apocryphal Gospels. Nos. 1?40. Evangelica III: 1992?2000. Collected Essays (BETL, 150), 2001, xvli?666 p.: i. Colloquium Biblicum Lovaniense. n. The Minor Agreements. III. The Synoptic Problem. Iv. The Sayings Source Q. v. John and the Synoptics Revisited. vi. The Gospels and Jesus. Nos. 1?32. A significant number of these essays rely on papers I delivered at the meetings of the Colloquium Biblicum Lovaniense (= CBL): nos. 1, 2, 3, 13, 21, 25, 27, 36 in Evangelica I; nos. 24, 29, 38 in Evangelica II; and now, as one group in chronological order, nos. 1?5 in Evangelica III (first published in BETL 101,110,125,131, and 142)'. The new volume begins with "John and the Synoptics: 1975?1990", a survey article extending from the CBL session on the Gospel of John (and my first paper on "John and the Synoptics") in 1975, via "John and the Synop tics: The Empty Tomb Stories" (SNTS, Leuven 1982), up to the CBL meeting on John and the Synoptics in 1990. Published in 1992, the article now receives a further supplement in Part V, John and the Synoptics Revisited, with updating notes on Jn 20,1?18 I Lk 24,12 and Mt 28,9?10.
"Literary Criticism, Old and New" (CBL 1992) is more directly devoted to my redaction?critical approach in studying the Synoptic Gospels, with concentration on the Minor Agreements and the Sayings Source Q. Throughout the three volumes of Evangelica the Minor Agreements are treated in accordance with the two?source hypothesis, though with due consideration of alternative theories: nos. 31?33 in Evangelica 1, nos. 1?6 in Evangelica ll, and now nos. 6?13 in Evangelica III. In the section on the Sayings Source Q, nos. 18?24 (and 6?7), three types of questions are discussed: Q called Source or Gospel; the origin of Lk 17,33 in Q or Mk; and overlaps evidence for Mark's use of Q or pre?Markan tradition. The question of the influence of Isaiah 61 in the Beatitudes Q 6,20b?21 is debated in no. 4: Q or MtR. A more detailed study of the reconstruction of Q is provided elsewhere'. For both the phenomenon of the minor agreements and the extent of Q, my approach can be evaluated by comparison with U. Luz's positions) and with the recent developments of M.?E. Boismard's protoGospel hypotheses (nos. 16 and 17). In both cases book reviews (in French) are included as they were published in ETL. The original pagination of all essays is marked in the text and the page numbers are indicated in the headlines (in small print). Where relevant, supplementary notes referring to recent publications (up to the year 2000) are added at the conclusion of the essays.