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Title: Reexamining Q2
Subtitle: Son of God Christology in Q’s Redactional Layer
Author(s): ANDREJEVS, Olegs
Journal: Biblica
Volume: 97    Issue: 1   Date: 2016   
Pages: 62-78
DOI: 10.2143/BIB.97.1.3183473

Abstract :
This essay analyzes three important Christological texts in the reconstructed synoptic sayings source Q: 4,1-13 (the temptation legend), 6,20b-49 (the Q sermon) and 10,21-22 (the thanksgiving of Jesus). According to the current consensus in Q studies, these texts belong to three different compositional strata and reflect different theological concerns. I coordinate them in the document’s redactional layer (Q2), demonstrating their compatibility on literary-critical and tradition-historical grounds. My hypothesis is that these texts provide the necessary Christological framework for Q2’s depiction of Jesus as the messianic Son of Man and Lord by stressing his identity as God’s unique Son.

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