03772cam a2200553 i 4500001001300000003000600013005001700019008004100036010001700077035002000094040012600114015001900240016001800259020004900277020004600326020001800372020001800390035002200408042000800430050002500438082001600463090002500479049000900504100003600513240002400549245004900573264006500622264001100687300003000698336002600728337002800754338002700782490006100809504006900870505084400939520097701783590001102760590003402771630005302805600003102858650002602889650001202915650004502927650003002972650002203002830005803024994001203082999012403094on1000040050OCoLC20190422014658.0170731t20182018enk b 001 0 eng  a 2017036496 a(Sirsi) a207389 aDLCbengerdacDLCdOCLCFdOCLCOdERASAdOCLCQdOCLCOdPTSdYDXdOCLCOdOCLdDTMdDLCdYUSdOCLCQdOCLCOdUKMGBdOBEdNVS aGBB7N13552bnb7 a0186346982Uk a9780567663467q(hardcover ;qalkaline paper) a0567663469q(hardcover ;qalkaline paper) z9780567663481 z9780567680242 a(OCoLC)1000040050 apcc00aBS2555.52b.K57 201800a226/.06223 aBS2555.52b.K54 2018 aNVSS1 aKirk, Alanq(Alan K.),eauthor.10aEssays.kSelections10aMemory and the Jesus tradition /cAlan Kirk. 1aLondon, UK ;aNew York, NY :bBloomsbury T & T Clark,c2018. 4c©2018 axiii, 297 pages ;c25 cm. atextbtxt2rdacontent aunmediatedbn2rdamedia avolumebnc2rdacarrier1 aThe reception of Jesus in the first three centuries ;v2 aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 267-291) and indexes.0 aMemory and media: towards a new history of the tradition -- Social and cultural memory -- Memory theory: cultural and cognitive approaches to the gospel tradition -- The memory-tradition nexus in the synoptic tradition: memory, media and symbolic representation -- The formation of the synoptic tradition: cognitive and cultural approaches to an old problem -- Memory and manuscript: Gerhardsson revisited -- Manuscript tradition as a Tertium Quid: orality and memory in scribal practices -- Memory, scribal media and the synoptic problem -- The memory of violence and the death of Jesus in Q -- Memory theory and Jesus research -- Cognition, commemoration and tradition: memory and the historiography of Jesus research -- The Johannine Jesus in the Gospel of Peter: a social memory approach -- Tradition and memory in the Gospel of Peter.8 aAlan Kirk argues that memory theory, in its social, cultural, and cognitive dimensions, is able to provide a comprehensive account of the origins and history of the Jesus tradition, one capable of displacing the moribund form-critical model. He shows that memory research gives new leverage on a range of classic problems in gospels, historical Jesus, and Christian origins scholarship. This volume brings together 12 essays published between 2001 and 2016, newly revised for this edition and organized under the rubrics of: 'Memory and the Formation of the Jesus Tradition'; 'Memory and Manuscript'; 'Memory and Historical Jesus Research'; and 'Memory in 2nd Century Gospel Writing'. The introductory essay, written for this volume, argues that the old form critical model, in marginalizing memory, abandoned the one factor actually capable of accounting for the origins of the gospel tradition, its manifestation in oral and written media, and its historical trajectory. zStacks aamazon 4/10/19 102.51 ftu LNS00aBible.pGospelsxCriticism, interpretation, etc.00aJesus ChristxHistoricity. 0aChristianityxOrigin. 0aMemory. 0aMemoryxReligious aspectsxChristianity. 0aRecollection (Psychology) 0aSynoptic problem. 0aReception of Jesus in the first three centuries ;v2. aC0bNVS aBS2555.52 .K54 2018wLCc1iB0030548654d8/12/2019e7/10/2019f8/13/2019g1lSTACKS2mMAINn2q1rYsNtBOOKu3/12/2019