This collection of essays is the fruit of the second meeting of a group investigating “Narrative Transformation as Theological Interpretation of the Gospels.” The proceeds of its first meeting were also published in the Library of New Testament Studies as volume 550 under the title Luke’s Literary Creativity. The second volume is the proceeds of the conference Gospel Interpretation and the Q Hypothesis held in Denmark in 2015.

The volume contains 14 essays. Heike Omerzu provides the opening essay that outlines the reason for the volume, gives a synopsis of each essay, and explains how they contribute to the larger issue under discussion. By a brief historical review of the Synoptic problem, she points out that the current solutions proposed vary depending on the location of the scholarship. In particular, the two-source theory is the point of departure for this discussion. So, by collecting scholars from Germany, England, and...

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