By Benjamin W. Bacon
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Ous doceri. Zahn's argument is worthy of study throughout. He is able to show among other facts dependence by Mk on documents, some of them Aramaic, and to point to real phenomena acknowledged by competent critics as demonstrating a certain Hebraistic element requiring to be accounted for in Mt. We have given this element the provisional designation N because in our judgment it is best accounted for by the survival in oral or written form of certain haggadic traditions among Aramaic-speaking Christians of northeastern Syria.
When questions at last began to be raised 11 it was defended ardently by the greatest New Testament scholars representing by far the most influential school of criticism. Yet today it has scarcely a single defender in its original form. A modified form almost tantamount to rejection is still defended by one, a veteran of ninety years, seconded by a handful of allies. 12 Challenge to the ancient belief in the priority of Mt came first as a result of enquiry into the literary relation between the first three GM, pp.
The Apocryphal Gospels all try to claim authority by definite and often reiterated assertions of Apostolic authorship in the text itself. ), for instance, goes out of its way to introduce "I, Simon Peter," just before the account of the Resurrection. Mt is anonymous; it makes no claim to authority, gives no hint of authorship. The point is well taken. In the original home of the first Gospel it required no special name or title. It circulated, like similar compositions among Gnostic one-gospel men (followers of Basilides, or Marcion, or Cerinthus), simply as "the" Gospel.
Studies in Matthew by Benjamin W. Bacon