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Lecture 11

THEO 1088 Lecture 11: FEB13_THEO100206_WALTON
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Department
Theology
Course
THEO 1088
Professor
Walton
Semester
Spring

Description
Monday, February 13, 2017 Lecture 11 review from friday synoptic problem two source hypothesis: mattew and luke drew from mark, and another source (Q) farrer hypothesis: mark first, matthew knew mark, luke used mark and matthew source criticism The Gospel of Mathew notes on lecture notes online, in powell textbook Authorship: hard to know who actually wrote the gospes, the original authors are anonymous Eusebius quoting Papias matthew complied the sayings referring to what we know as matthew but unlikely written by someone a generation later: matthew is written from a generation later, disciples not alive when the gospel was written more than just a collection of sayings second generation christians matthew does have a jewish focus (specific examples online) faithful to jewish laws, remains valid, focus on jewish scriptures takes jewish customs for granted 1
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