This book, one of the few devoted to an important strand of narrative criticism, includes studies of Peter in Matthew, Lazarus in John and Jesus as Son of Man in Q. Each chapter also considers the text's ideological and real-life setting as well as its effective history. A concluding essay by David Rhoads charts the development, and envisions the future, of narrative criticism in Gospel studies, while the volume as a whole proposes some new ways of doing narrative criticism.
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