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  1. Exile Paradigm
  2. Matthew - Date
  3. Testimonia Theory
  4. John's Relation to the Synoptic Gospels
    (three theories)
  5. Solutions to the Text-Critical Issue of Mark
  1. a 1) vs 8 is simply the end
    2) the book was never finished, something happened to prevent the ending from being written
    3) the Resurrection account was planned for a second volume following Luke-Acts pattern (little evidence for this)
    4) the ending was lost
    5) the resurrection account was already widely known and circulated (the weakest argument)
  2. b -writing of OT Scripture fulfilled
    -OT and Jesus' fulfillment put together in a codex
    -used to debate/convince Jews of Jesus' messiah-ship
    -"notebook" format
  3. c collapse of the Kingdom
  4. d 1) A supplement- John knows at least one Synoptic and adds material
    2) An interpretation- writing an explanation.
    3) Literary Independence** - John is writing his own gospel, not adding to or explaining the other.
  5. e 1 c. document for sure.
    Question: before or after 70 (temple destruction)?
    Liberal need the date to fall after 70 AD so Matt. put Jesus' temple prediction in his mouth
    Conservatives don't care

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Ch 1:1-18 - Prologue
    Ch 1 - 12 - Book of Signs, exactly seven signs/miracles
    Ch 13 - 20 - Book of Glory, the passion
    Ch 21 - Epilogue
  2. -Late 50s or very early 60s
    -precedes Lk and Acts
    -Acts probably written before Paul's death (64) in 63, so Mk must come before this.
  3. -somethings just need teaching (OT sacrificial system)
    -having one good translation of each approach is the way to go
  4. -Two volumes (the only one done intentionally)
    -LXX style with a classical touch
    -- Luke/Acts written like they belong to scripture already
    -clearly educated and studied
  5. 1924

5 True/False questions

  1. Holtzmann Hypothesis1863

          

  2. "The Incident" ParadigmJesus is a Joshua "type" and Joshua is a Jesus "type"
    Yeshua (Joshua) in Hebrew is transliterated Jesus in Greek
    means "Ywh is Salvation"

          

  3. Three Themes of Luke-non-canonical, 2nd c gnostic, pseudepigraph
    -docetic depiction of the crucifixion
    -9th c. copy found in a monk's coffin
    -Oxyrhynncus fragments: 2nd or 3rd c.

          

  4. Mark - Provence (where it was written)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

          

  5. Mark - StructureThree themes woven together throughout the book
    "L" Material of the Infancy Narrative:
    -Mtt writes about scripture fulfilled, Lk writes like he's continuing scripture
    -canticles (Mary's Magnificat = Hannah's Song in I Sam)
    -Samuel parallels