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  1. Three Themes of Luke
  2. Mark - Provence (where it was written)
  3. Passover Paradigm
  4. Dynamic Equivalence Translation
  5. Matthew - Authorship
  1. a Rome. The evidence:
    1. Tradition
    2. Language - Mark uses Aramaic and translates it, he also transliterates Latin into Greek (so, his readers know Latin but not Aramaic)
    3. Purpose of Proclamation - the cross does not prevent Christ from being the Son of God, addressing the Roman issues with the crucifixion
  2. b "middle of the road"
    -a smoothing out of translation AND meaning
    -not afraid to move away from the literal in order to make clear
    -ex: NIV
    -danger: faces all four issue of translation
  3. c God's care and protection
  4. d 1) The role of the Holy Spirit in Luke/Acts - fits Lk's goal to demonstrate gentile acceptance. Sets this up throughout Gospel
    2) Jesus as the Son of God - birth announcement (to Mary), spiritual conception, the Baptism, see also Jesus - Adam Typology
    3) The Jubilee Connection - a year of Jubilee close to the beginning of Jesus' ministry. The claim of fulfilling Isaiah 61
  5. e Matthew is not a logical choice for an invented author
    Church Tradition: Papias - Matthew written in Aramaic
    Theory - an Aramaic testimonia book (M) became the basis of the Gospel along with Mk and Q.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Jesus is a Joshua "type" and Joshua is a Jesus "type"
    Yeshua (Joshua) in Hebrew is transliterated Jesus in Greek
    means "Ywh is Salvation"
  2. 1863
  3. David, 'nuf said
  4. we have no explicit author but we DO have
    1) witness of Church fathers - Eusebeus (3c) says that Papias (2c) says someone said that Mark wrote it, listening to Peter
    2) Mark's bad rep - he deserted Paul on the first missionary journey. If anyone was going to invent an author, why would they pick Mark?
    3) Relationships - several other scriptures tell us that John Mark was in Rome with Peter around the date of authorship
  5. -Mark's Greek is very awkward
    -Matthew & Luke fix/smooth it out

5 True/False questions

  1. The Gospel of Thomas-non-canonical, 2nd c gnostic, pseudepigraph
    -alludes to and quotes NT
    -includes stories/quotes of Jesus which may have actually happened
    -Nag Hammadi: 350 AD. Coptic copy with 114 sayings of Jesus, found in 1945
    -Oxyrhynncus: 2nd or 3rd c. Fragments with 32 sayings, found in 1904, published 1970s

          

  2. Early Church approach to the Synoptic Problem1. Griesbach, Mtt first
    2. Holtzmann, two source
    3. Streeter, four source

          

  3. Solutions to the Text-Critical Issue of MarkThe ending of Mark, 16:9-20
    -The Byzantine Text has these verses
    -The Alexandrian Text omitts

          

  4. The Gospel of Peter-non-canonical, 2nd c gnostic, pseudepigraph
    -alludes to and quotes NT
    -includes stories/quotes of Jesus which may have actually happened
    -Nag Hammadi: 350 AD. Coptic copy with 114 sayings of Jesus, found in 1945
    -Oxyrhynncus: 2nd or 3rd c. Fragments with 32 sayings, found in 1904, published 1970s

          

  5. Summary of Translation-somethings just need teaching (OT sacrificial system)
    -having one good translation of each approach is the way to go