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The Redaction of Q and the Son of Man: A Preliminary Sketch

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For the purpose of this essay, the author has elected to proceed via a review of the history of scholarship, but restricting himself to what he considers to be the essential stops en route, marked out by the work of H. E. Todt, O. H. Steck, D. Liihrmann, A. D. Jacobson and M. Sato. He also glances at studies that are less illuminating for this subject. Questions crop up about the specific intentions of the redaction of Q as distinct from the body of tradition summarized in Q, and about the Sitz im Leben of the collection. The urgent question according to the author is how the SM (Son of Man) christology relates to QR. The author makes a brief reference at least to be made to another seminal work that has become essential for the understanding of the redactional profile of QR. The author examines redaction in three ways.

Keywords: QR; Redaction of Q; Sitz im Leben; Son of Man

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