Matthew as Scribal Tradent: An Assessment of Alan Kirk’s Q in Matthew

in Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus
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This essay is a review and assessment of Alan Kirk’s book Matthew in Q (Bloomsbury, 2016). After an overview of the book, the essay assesses Kirk’s work in three areas: 1) Matthew's memory of (without visual contact with) Mark and Q, 2) the type of literary dependence evidenced by Matthew, and 3) Matthew and the mechanics of ancient media.

Matthew as Scribal Tradent: An Assessment of Alan Kirk’s Q in Matthew

in Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus

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