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Who Wrote the Gospels?

de Randel McCraw Helms

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The names we associate with the Gospel writers are all second century guesses. If this comes as a surprise, welcome to the cutting edge of modern biblical scholarship. Nearly a century after the four Gospels were finished, Christians in the late second century, eager to give names to the anonymous manuscripts they possessed, selected traditional figures that they supposed should have written them, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. According to Dr Randel Helms the gospels were written to convert or confirm their readers to Christianity, they are the highly coloured arguments of powerful authors, not just transparent windows upon the historical Jesus.… (més)
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    Misquoting Jesus: The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why de Bart D. Ehrman (ehines)
    ehines: Helms deals with the origins of the gospels; Ehrman with the transmission of them. Helms's book is better written and he's got an easier story to tell (the story of finding one origin vs describing a seemingly infinite number of textual variations).
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A look at the thorny question of who wrote the gospels that are revered as the story of Jesus. The author makes it very clear that there is no evidence that they were written by the men who bear their names, and that they were not written by eyewitnesses to Jesus's life. This book benefits from a rather quirky hypothesis on the author of Luke, which while intriguing and thought-provoking, does not appear to me to be that convincing. Much of the "evidence" is pure speculation. ( )
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The names we associate with the Gospel writers are all second century guesses. If this comes as a surprise, welcome to the cutting edge of modern biblical scholarship. Nearly a century after the four Gospels were finished, Christians in the late second century, eager to give names to the anonymous manuscripts they possessed, selected traditional figures that they supposed should have written them, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. According to Dr Randel Helms the gospels were written to convert or confirm their readers to Christianity, they are the highly coloured arguments of powerful authors, not just transparent windows upon the historical Jesus.

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