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Bibliogr. p. 199-216.
The problem -- The pre-Pauline Easter gospel -- The gospel of Jesus -- The Pauline gospel -- The survival of the Jesus traditions before Mark -- The gospel in the Gospel according to Mark -- The other canonical Gospels -- Early Christian literature and canonization -- Conclusions.
The monograph discusses the short formulae of the 'gospel' (euangelion) as the first reflected expressions of Christian faith. They adapted the apocalyptic expectations to express the Easter experience and shaped the earliest literary Gospel (Mark). This book analyzes Gospels as texts that (re-)introduced Jesus traditions into the Christian liturgy and literature. The last chapters are devoted to the origins of the idea of Christian canon.