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

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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.

Affiliations: 1: Thorneloe University, Sudbury, Canada, 705-988-0254, rderrenbacker@laurentian.ca

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2017-12-11
2018-09-22

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