BORN IN THE SECOND CENTURY'S journey through the New Testament continues with the undeniably late gospel of Luke. This is the first of a two part episode.
Host Chris Palmero examines the structure and sources of Luke, and tracks Luke's earliest mentions in history. What we'll find is that Luke's gospel can't be detected in the historical record until almost the very end of the second century. When it finally appears, we can see that it seems to have gone through at least two phases of editing.
Anyone who listens to this episode can learn about the theory of Proto-Luke; as well as the strange fact that the first draft of Luke appears to have been unaware of Mark. The supposed use and reception of Luke's gospel by the great arch-heretic Marcion is also covered. In the next episode, the date of the book will be examined.
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00:48 - Reading: Gospel of LUKE, Synagogue Preaching Vignette.
19:21 - Excursus: Was Jesus LITERATE?
23:56 - OPENING Remarks.
27:32 - Top News Story: Irenaeus Now a DOCTOR of the Church.
34:55 - 1:18:26 - STRUCTURE and SOURCES of LUKE.
34:55 - PROTO-LUKE.
47:18 - MARK'S Gospel.
57:08 - Minor Agreements with MATTHEW.
1:06:51 - BIRTH Narrative.
1:18:26 - 2:18:24 - RECEPTION of Luke.
1:18:26 - Paul's LETTERS.
1:20:03 - IRENAEUS.
1:29:46 - HIPPOLYTUS.
1:33:52 - PASTORAL Letters.
1:34:50 - JOHN'S Gospel.
1:37:55 - Canon of MURATORI.
1:40:55 - PAPIAS.
1:45:58 - CLEMENT OF ALEXANDRIA.
1:49:04 - EUSEBIUS.
1:49:34 - JEROME.
1:54:02 - Anti-Marcionite and Monarchian PROLOGUES.
1:56:51 - MARCION.
2:15:28 - 2 CLEMENT; IGNATIUS.
2:18:24 - TERMINUS Dates for Luke.
2:23:37 - CLOSING Remarks.