|Autor||Reinhard von Bendemann|
|Verlag||Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co.KG|
|Reihe||Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche WissenschaftISSN 101|
The author here presents a contribution to the Gospel literature of the New Testament. In his analysis of Luke 8-21 as an integral part of Luke-Acts, he deals with this section in a literary-critical and traditio-historical way.
Ever since Schleiermacher the hypothesis of a 'travel narrative' or a corresponding 'central section' (the term employed in the English-speaking world) beginning in Luke 9:51 and covering about ten chapters, has been dominant in research of the Third Gospel. The author shows that this hypothesis is un-Lukan. This in turn makes a new access to the total Lukan project possible. One part of the analysis of the text, for example, is a comparison with the narrative techniques of bios literature in classical sources.