Biblical scholar John Wenham considers himself an amateur concerning the synoptic problem. Nonetheless, he believed it worthwhile to down his
Redating the gospels on the synoptic problem in Redating Matthew, Mark and Luke: A Fresh Assault on the Synoptic Problem.
He considers both internal and external evidence. The dating of the Synoptic Gospels plays a significant part in this evidence. He argues that all three Synoptic Gospels were written before AD As if this were not controversial enough, he takes a new approach to the synoptic problem.
Redating the gospels denies literary dependence as the primary explanation the similarities between the Synoptic Gospels, but does not argue for complete literary independence either.
Wenham is convinced by the work of other conservative scholars Redating the Redating the gospels the New Testament books were written by the traditional authors and that the early Christians did their best to tell truth. Hence, he will not lightly dismiss the early Christian writings or subject them to hyper-criticism. View all posts by jayman You
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