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Friday, 10 June 2016

Keith's Conclusions II

Memory and Identity in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity,
Tom Thatcher ed., SBL, 2014, page 180

The second conclusion Chris Keith advances is that no one crisis is any more or less likely to have been the specific trigger for the Gospel having been written "to stabilise the tradition into cultural memory". Kelber might be right is proposing it was a combination of factors.

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