Date of Award


Document Type

Seminar Paper

Degree Name

Master of Sacred Theology (STM)


Exegetical Theology

First Advisor

Timothy Saleska

Scripture References in this Resource (separated by semi-colons)

Mark 27:64; Mark 27:24; Mark 27:66; Mark 16:3; Luke 24:4; John 19:18; John 19:33-37; John 19:41; John 21:1-14;


The interest of our work is the Christology of the apocryphal literature. However, the limits imposed by a seminar paper force us to narrow our focus rather strongly. We will attempt to define the Christology of a single apocryphal Gospel, by applying narrative criticism. We consider that the fact that the text came to us in a narrative form implies a particular way of uttering its Christology and asks for a treatment adequate to its literary form. There are both reasons and reservations with respect to this method's appropriateness.

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