Patterns in Meaning

Patterns in Meaning

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The Sayings Gospel Q in Greek and English with Parallels from the Gospels of Mark and Thomas is the outcome of a generation's work by the International Q Project, in reconstructing the collection of sayings ascribed to Jesus (and some to John) that lies behind the Gospels of Matthew and Luke. It thus makes available in a convenient form the most important source for reconstructing the message of Jesus' original Galilean followers, as they proclaimed anew after his death his message of God's reign. Q is, as a result, the most important single source for the study of the historical Jesus. It should be in the hands of every student of theology and of every layperson seriously interested in knowing more about Jesus. This small volume presents, on facing pages, the Greek and English reconstruction of the text of Q. It is in a simplified and more readable format than its original massive publication of 1990, The Critical Edition of Q: Synopsis including the Gospels of Matthew and Luke, Mark and Thomas with English, German and French Translations of Q and Thomas, edited by James M. Robinson, Paul Hoffmann, and John S. Kloppenborg, Managing Editor Milton C. Moreland, at Peeters and Fortress Press.(v. desire, long for) Q 10:24. ^Tiiouaioq (for subsistence) g 11:3. ea#39;mcripecpai (v. turn, return) Q 1 10:6]; 11:24. eTiiauvayCO (v. gather, collect) Q 13:34; 13:34. ^ TmiOr|ui (v. lay, put on) Q [11:46]. ^TimuCta) (v. rebuke) g 17:3. ^TUTpena) (v.

Title:Patterns in Meaning
Author:James McConkey Robinson
Publisher:Peeters Publishers - 2001-01-01


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