This subject investigates the Gospels according to Matthew, Mark and Luke as literary expressions of the development of early Christianity from its roots in Judaism. It explores these three Gospels in their historical, literary, socio-cultural and religious contexts. It assesses these Gospels as sources for understanding Jesus and also probes the puzzle of their interrelations. On a rotating basis, one of these Gospels provides the focus for detailed study of literary, historical and theological issues germane to its interpretation.
School of Theology
This subject is not available to students who have completed THL208 as this is a paired subject and shares similar content.
THL106 Introduction to New Testament Studies
THL208 Paired Subject
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