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Annual Meeting, San Francisco, 1997

Historical, Compositional, and Sociological Studies of Q

EDWIN K. BROADHEAD, The Extent of the Sayings Tradition.

EDWIN K. BROADHEAD, The Extent of the Sayings Tradition, in: The Sayings Source Q and the Historical Jesus (BETL), ed. Andreas Lindemann, Leuven: University Press - Peeters, 2001, forthcoming.


JENS SCHRÖTER, Between John the Baptist and the Coming Son of Man: A Perspective on Time in Q.

JENS SCHRÖTER, Markus, Q und der historische Jesus. Methodische und exegetische Erwägungen zu den Anfängen der Rezeption der Verkündigung Jesu, in: ZNW 89 (1998) 173-200.


ALAN KIRK, A Socio-historical Location for Q: Second Temple Jewish Sectarianism.


DANIEL E. GOODMAN, Renewing the Bodies of Israel: 'Kingdom of God' as a Symbolic Form in Q.


KATHLEEN E. CORLEY, Mourners in the Marketplace: Q 7:31-32.


STERLING BJORNDAHL, The Divorce that Spawned a War and the Reconstruction of Q 16:16-18.

Archaeological Studies and Q

DOUGLAS R. EDWARDS, Archaeology and the Quest for 'Q'.


JONATHAN L. REED, 'Israelite Village Communities' and the Sayings Gospel Q.


MILTON MORELAND, The Pharisees in the Market Places: The Archaeology of Roman Galilee and the Woes.


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