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Bibil Identifier bibil:209386
Publication Type Book
Title (English, Long) The Common Tradition Behind Synoptic Sayings of Judgment and John's Apocalypse
Title (English, Abbreviation) An Oral Interpretive Tradition of OT Prophetic Material
Author Penley, Paul T.
Series Library of New Testament Studies (Volume: 424)
Year (Publication) 2010
Year (Original (1st Edition)) 2010
Year (Copyright) 2010
Year (Reference) 2010
Library BCU/Dorigny, Lausanne
Signature SBA 61/424
Place 227.9.08
Publishing house T&T Clark
Place London/New York
ISBN 978-0-567-62765-0
Edition number 1
Language English
Pages xii Pages
185 Pages
height in cm 24
Genre Original
Abstract Paul Penley advances our understanding of the sources used behind the composition of John’s Apocalypse by performing a source-critical investigation of selected portions of the Synoptic Gospels and John’s Apocalypse. Penley applies specific criteria for compositional influence (shared vocabulary, phrases, grammar, syntax, ideas, and contexts) to multiple portions of the Apocalypse and of the Gospels of Matthew and Luke demonstrating that interpretive traditions controlling the appropriation of OT prophetic material in the Synoptic accounts of Jesus’ message of Jerusalem’s destruction also gave shape to parts of the message of judgment in John’s Apocalypse. To establish the plausibility of finding that common interpretive tradition behind the Synoptic Gospels and the Apocalypse, Penley first surveys recent research on tracing oral traditions behind the Synoptics and recent research on how John’s OT allusions have been mediated through Jewish and Christian interpretive traditions. Penley then gives comparative analysis of Synoptic sayings of judgment and John’s Apocalypse concluding finding many instances of shared tradition including Revelation 6, which Penley identifies as sharing a common sequence with Luke 21. The cumulative weight and character of the unique connections examined in this work expose a common oral tradition that framed Old Testament prophetic material in a recognizable but flexible manner.
Keywords Thesaurus BiBIL : New Testament (Introduction) : Theology : Themes : Scripture (= Use of the Old Testament in the New Testament)
Thesaurus BiBIL : Books of the New Testament : Revelation
Thesaurus BiBIL : Bible (as a whole) : Bible (as a whole) -- Hermeneutics - Methods : Hermeneutics : Orality/Writing
Thesaurus BiBIL : Bible (as a whole) : Bible (as a whole) -- Hermeneutics - Methods : Methods : Diachronic Methods : History of Religious Traditions (Traditions- & Religionsgeschichte)
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