Thursday, August 09, 2007

The Jesus and the Eyewitnesses series

Oddly, I forgot to complete my series on Richard Bauckham’s Jesus and the Eyewitnesses, so I've at last updated the links and reposted this page. Thank you to all who took part in the discussions surrounding that series. I learnt a lot in the process. I hope that my posts will ‘whet the appetite’ of those considering buying the book to dig into the details of the arguments for themselves. Richard can’t justify every bold claim in an interview - that is why he wrote the book -, and neither can I in this series - that would be copyright infringement! Best bet is to buy the book ...

The chapter contents of the book with links are as follows:

1. From the Historical Jesus to the Jesus of Testimony - part 1, part 2, part 3.

2. Papias on the Eyewitnesses - part 4, part 5 (Richard’s comments on the generated discussion).

3. Names in the Gospel Traditions - part 6, part 7 (Bauckham responds II).

4. Palestinian Jewish Names - part 8 (Bauckham responds III).

5. The Twelve - part 9, part 10.

6. Eyewitnesses “from the Beginning” - part 11, part 12, part 13.

7. The Petrine Perspective in Mark - part 14, part 15, part 16.

8. Anonymous Persons in Mark's Passion Narrative - part 17 (Bauckham responds IV).

9. Papias on Mark and Matthew - part 18.

10. Three Models of Oral Tradition - part 19.

11. Transmitting the Jesus Traditions - part 20.

12. Anonymous Tradition or Eyewitness Testimony? - part 21.

13. Eyewitness Memory - part 22.

14. The Gospel of John as Eyewitness Testimony - part 23.

15. The Witness of the Beloved Disciple - part 24, part 25.

16. Papias on John - part 26.

17. Polycrates and Irenaeus on John - part 27.

18. The Jesus of Testimony - part 28.

Part 29 - A podcast summary

Part 30 - Bauckham's response to my biblical-studies colloquium questions

Also see here for my Q&A session with Richard Bauckham about the book.

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At 8/11/2007 10:43 PM, Anonymous Richard Baukhmam, er...Baukham said...

Dear Chris,

It is OK that you have reviewed my book and posted comments, but to use this recent photo of me is beyond your rights. I have only sanctioned the old photo of myself, which displays the style in which I prefer to be seen. The more current look is copy right of me, and can only be seen by my family (or the public may see this look in seminars, for a fee). I know it may seem like I've been smokin' the wacky weed for writing such a selfish and cantankerous post, but you know how we scholars are. Gotta' take the stress out somehow. Anyway, if you're ever in my neck of the woods, drop by and share the peace pipe.

At 8/15/2007 8:58 PM, Anonymous Chris Tilling said...



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