Re: Bellinzoni (ed), The Two-Source Hypothesis
Jack Kilmon (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sat, 17 Aug 1996 09:51:27 -0600
akio itou wrote:
> Someone asked about 'a source' of Bellinzoni's *The Two-Source Hypothesis*.
> I am not quite sure what s/he(?) wanted to know. The book consists fo four
> sections: (1)the case for the priority of Mark, (2)the case against the
> priority of Mark, (3)the case for the Q hypothesis, (4)the case against the
> Q hypothesis. Each section has several excerpts from notable contributions
> by notable scholars, e.g. the first section starts with B.H. Streeter's
> *The Four Gospels* pp.157-69, 195-97. I am not going to list up all the
> contributions. A.J.Bellizoni, jr. wrote the preface and introduction. At
> the end of the book J.B. Tyson contributed the Conclusion.
There is an excellent presentation of the two notebook hypothesis, with
downloadables, at http://www.twonh.demon.co.uk/summary/