Date of Award


Document Type


Degree Name

Doctor of Theology (ThD)


Exegetical Theology

First Advisor

Paul Bretscher

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

John 19:6-17; Mark 11:11-23; Matthew 9:36 -10:8; Mark 5:1-20; Luke 24:12-35; Luke 15:43-16:8; Mark 16:9-20; John 1:1-17; John 1:18; Mark 1:9-15; Matthew 14:1; Matthew 14:22; Matthew 18:18; Matthew 13:24; Matthew 17:10; Matthew 21:23; Matthew 14:35; Matthew 9:18; Matthew 12:38; Matthew 12:14; Mark 6:54; Mark 6:10; Mark 3:6; Matthew 13:10; Matthew 14:35; Matthew 12:38; Matthew 27:1-38; Luke 23:39-43; Matthew 27:39-54; John 19:31-37; Matthew 27:55-61; Mark 5:22-24;


The text of the Greek Gospel lectionary has been the object of fairly extensive scholarly research for only the last thirty years. In this period a strange scholarly consensus has come about. Although no one would maintain that the body of manuscript evidence for the Greek New Testament is homogeneous, a rather widespread opinion today is that the Greek Gospel lectionary is textually a unit.

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