By Richard Alan Edwards / SCM Press / 1971
This study applies redaction criticism to one small portion of the synoptic tradition, namely the “sign of Jonah.” Richard A. Edwards examines the problems surrounding the Sign of Jonah and traces its development from the gospels to the original source document known only as “Q.” In the process he unearths new insights into the community that produced the Q document.
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Richard A. Edwards was educated at Princeton University, The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, and the University of Chicago Divinity School, where he obtained his MA and PhD degrees. He has been an instructor at Bethany College and a professor of religion at Thiel College in Greenville Pennsylvania. He has contributed a number of articles to various theological publications.