Interweaving Innocence by Heather Gorman

29 March 2018

THE book Interweaving Innocence: A rhetorical analysis of Luke’s Passion narrative (Lk 22:66-23:49) is based on Heather Gorman’s doctoral thesis. She argues that Luke’s Passion narrative can best be understood with reference to rhetorical analysis, and shows why that approach helps to address some of the current debates about his sources, in particular with reference to his use of Mark’s Gospel (James Clarke & Co., £16.75 (£15.10); 978-0-227-17610-8).

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