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Biblical Studies Quote of the Week

quotes1It is scarcely progress when one mode of Uberinterpretation is laid to rest, only to have others take its place.

Richard J. Dillon, “Previewing Luke’s Project from his Prologue (Luke 1:1-4),” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 43.2 (April 1981): 207, fn 5.

I might add that Dillon’s proposal for Luke’s composition from his thesis was a bit “Uber” to me: Dillon, From Eye-Witnesses to Ministers of the Word: Tradition and Composition in Luke 24 (AnBib 82; Rome: Biblical Institute Press, 1978).

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