Livro: Memory and Manuscript
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GERHARDSSON, Birger. Memory and Manuscript: Oral Tradition and Written Transmission in Rabbinic Judaism and Early Christianity. Translated by E. J. SHARPE. (Acta Seminarii Neotestamentici Upsaliensis, XXII.) Uppsala: C. W. K. Gleerup, Ejnar Munksgaard. 1961.
This book is interesting concerning the time from the oral delivery of the Gospel message being written. Birger Gerhardsson's much-debated works on the transmission of tradition in Rabbinic Judaism and early Christianity. In Memory and Manuscript (1961), Gerhardsson explores the way in which Jewish rabbis during the first Christian centuries preserved and passed on their sacred tradition, and he shows how early Christianity is better understood in light of how that tradition developed in Rabbinic Judaism.
Birger Gerhardsson (1926-2013) foi um estudioso sueco do Novo Testamento e professor na Faculdade de Teologia da Universidade de Lund, Suécia. Seu foco acadêmico primário era a transmissão e o desenvolvimento das tradições orais dos evangelhos do Novo Testamento.
Ch.01 – Written and oral Torah
The transmission of the written Torah
Ch.02 – The attitude to the text
Ch.03 – Deliberate and methodical preservation of the text
Ch.04 – The importance of elementary teaching for the preservation of the text
Ch.05 – The importance of public worship for the preservation of the text
The transmission of the oral Torah
Ch.06 – The task and its limitations
Ch.07 – The character and divisions of the oral Torah
Ch.08 – Schools for the study of oral Torah
Ch.09 – How oral Torah is carried
Ch.10 – How oral Torah is passed on
Ch.11 – Some details of the theory and practice of transmission
Ch.12 – The origins of oral Torah
The delivery of the gospel tradition in early Christianity
Ch.13 – The testimony of the post-apostolic Church
Ch.14 – The witness of Luke
Ch.15 – The evidence of Paul
Ch.16 – The origins and transmission of the gospel tradition