Griesbach Hypothesis
Two-Gospel Hypothesis
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Two-Gospel Hypothesis
TWO-GOSPEL HYPOTHESIS. The Two-Gospel Hypothesis, formerly known as the Griesbach Hypothesis, proposes a comprehensive solution to the SYNOPTIC PROBLEM. It was first given this new title by Bernard Orchard (1982: vii; 1983: xii) to emphasize the central argument that the gospel of Mark was originally
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
GRIESBACH HYPOTHESIS. Named after J. J. Griesbach, an 18th cent. biblical scholar who developed the first modern synopsis as a tool for Gospel research (1776). This theory is also called the Two-Gospel Hypothesis, in which the Gospels of Matthew and Luke precede chronologically and serve as sources for