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The Synoptic Problem, Ancient Media, and the Historical Jesus

A Response

In: Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus
Author: Alan Kirk1
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The editors of jhjs have pulled together an ideal set of respondents to Q in Matthew: Robert Derrenbacker and Sarah Rollens, fellow alums of the University of Toronto program and representatives of the so-called ‘Toronto School’ of Q scholarship, Rafael Rodríguez, Synoptic source-critical agnostic and fellow-traveler in the world of ancient media, and Mark Goodacre, genial champion of the Farrar-Goulder hypothesis (fgh). I am grateful for the investment of time evident in their responses. While their expressions of appreciation for the work are welcome, naturally what is of most interest are the points they

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