This book goes behind the Greek text of the Gospel of Mark and reconstructs some of its sources in the original Aramaic, the language that Jesus spoke. This work has been made possible by the publication of all the Aramaic Dead Sea Scrolls, which provide a basis of Jewish Aramaic for the right period. By reconstructing Aramaic sources and interpreting them in their original context, this book raises the level of proof that Jesus said and did some of the things attributed to him in our earliest sources.
'... this learned and very informative work has much to offer on the Aramaic of Jesus and the Gospel tradition.' The Heythrop Journal '... represent what is probably the most significant contribution in English to the study of the Aramaic background of the Jesus movement and the production of the Gospels since Matthew Black's An Aramaic Approach to the Gospels and Acts, first published in 1946.' Neotestamentica
|Titel||Aramaic Sources Of Mark's Gospel|
|Uitgever||Cambridge University Press|
|Onderwerp||Evangelie naar Markus|
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