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Review of Francis Watson’s Gospel Writing: A Canonical Perspective @eerdmansbooks

Francis Watson’s newest tome, Gospel Writing, A Canonical Perspective, presents fresh ideas, refocuses others, and forces Gospel Critics into reconsidering

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Watson on Reinterpreting in Parallel (chapter 7, @eerdmansbooks)

Watson’s seventh chapter, Reinterpreting in Parallel, examines the literary trajectory from Mark (and maybe before Mark) to John through Thomas and the

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Winn, Watson, John, Egerton, Jewish-Christian, and Christian-Jewish literary transitions @eerdmansbooks

My working – and this is super secret so don’t tell anyone because I haven’t done the research yet to

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More with the non-Gnostic Thomas and Watson @eerdmansbooks

The more I read, the less I believe anyone in the near future will have enough newness to add to

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Canon, Thomas, Francis Watson (@eerdmansbooks)

I’m posting this under my new category of doctoral work. I will use this as a way to track different

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Interaction – Part One, Gospel Writing: A Canonical Perspective @eerdmansbooks

This is a rather long book and this is going to be a rather long series of reflections. Snippets really. 

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IN THE MAIL: HOLY COW EDITION: Gospel Writing: A Canonical Perspective @eerdmansbooks

Cannot wait for this!!!!!! That there are four canonical versions of the one gospel story is often seen as a

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An Oral Gospel Tradition? A real Gospel Tradition predating the Synoptics? @eerdmansbooks

Matthew had kindly posted several books he is dying to get into. I like Dunn, but I do not agree