00. The Gospels

Donald Guthrie, “Some Recent Books on the Gospels,” Vox Evangelica 4 (1965): 43-54.
Richard Bauckham, “The Study of Gospel Traditions Outside the Canonical Gospels: Problems and Prospects,” David Wenham, ed., Gospel Perspectives, Vol. 5. The Jesus Tradition Outside the Gospels. Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1985. pp. 369-403.
Michael F. Bird, “The Purpose and Preservation of the Jesus Tradition: Moderate Evidence for a Conserving Force in its Transmission,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 15.2 (Fall 2005): 161-185. 
Michael F. Bird, “The Formation of the Gospels in the Setting of Early Christianity: the Jesus Tradition as Corporate Memory,” Westminster Theological Journal 67.1 (2005): 113-94.
Craig L. Blomberg, “Synoptic Studies: Some Recent Methodological Developments and Debates,” Themelios 12.2 (January 1987): 38-46.
The Historical Reliability of the Gospels (Craig L. Blomberg)
F.F. Bruce, “Some Aspects of Gospel Introduction (Part 1),” The Evangelical Quarterly 14 (1942): 174-197.
F.F. Bruce, “Some Aspects of Gospel Introduction (Continued),” The Evangelical Quarterly 14 (1942): 264-280. [Part 2]
F.F. Bruce, “Some Aspects of Gospel Introduction (Continued),” The Evangelical Quarterly 15 (1943): 3-20. [Part 3]
F.F. Bruce, “The Gospels and Some Recent Discoveries,” Faith and Thought 92.3 (1962): 149-67. [The First Rendle-Short Memorial Lecture. Delivered in the University of Bristol on 2 March 1962.]
F.F. Bruce, “History and the Gospel,” Faith and Thought 93.3 (1964): 121-145.
F.F. Bruce, “Myth and the New Testament,” TSF Bulletin 44 (Spring 1966): 10-15.
F.F. Bruce, “Myth & History,” Colin Brown, ed., History, Criticism & Faith. Four Exploratory Studies. Leicester: Inter-Varsity Press, 1976. Pbk. ISBN: 085111315X. pp.79-99.
David B. Capes, “Imitatio Christi and the Gospel Genre,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 13.1 (2003): 1-19.
C.H. Dodd, “The Framework of the Gospel Narrative,” Expository Times 43 (1932): 396-400.
Daniel M. Doriani, “The Deity of Christ in the Synoptic Gospels,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 37.3 (Sept. 1994): 333-350.
E. Earle Ellis, “Reading the Gospels as History,” Criswell Theological Review 3.1 (1988) 3-15.
F. David Farnell, “How Views of Inspiration Have Impacted Synoptic Problem Discussions,” The Master’s Seminary Journal 13.1 (Spring 2002): 33-64.
Robert A. Guelich, “The Gospels: portraits of Jesus and his ministry,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 24.2 (June 1981): 117-125.
Recent Perspectives on the Reliability of the Gospels (Gary R. Habermas)
The Modern Reader’s Guide to the Gospels (William Hamilton)
Peter M. Head, “The Role of Eyewitnesses in the Formation of the Gospel Tradition,” Tyndale Bulletin 52.2 (2001): 275-294. 
Gospel Dates, Gospel Authors, Gospels Freedoms: Profiles of Key Issues Concerning the Four Gospels ( J. P. Holding)
Paul Merkley, “The Gospels as Historical Testimony,” The Evangelical Quarterly 58.4 (1986): 319-336. 
A.W.H. Moule, “The Pattern of the Synoptists,” Evangelical Quarterly 43.3 (July-Sept. 1971): 162-171.  [All reasonable efforts have been made to contact the copyright holder of this article without success. If you hold the rights, please contact me]
Edmund K. Neufeld, “The Gospel in the Gospels: Answering the Question “What Must I Do to Be Saved?” from the Synoptics,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 51.2 (June. 2008): 267-296.
Robert L. Thomas, “Discerning Synoptic Gospel Origins: An Inductive Approach,” The Master’s Seminary Journal 15.1 (Spring 2004): 3-38.
Robert L. Thomas, “Discerning Synoptic Gospel Origins: An Inductive Approach (Part Two),” The Master’s Seminary Journal 16.1 (Spring 2005): 7-47.
D.F. Wright, “Four Other Gospels: Review Article,” Themelios 12.2 (January 1987): 56-60.

“Q”

Howard C. Bigg, “The Q Debate Since 1955,” Themelios 6.2 (January 1981): 18-28.
Howard C. Bigg, “The Present State of the Q Hypothesis,” Vox Evangelica 18 (1988): 63-73.
Lewis A. Foster, “The ‘Q’ Myth in Synoptic Studies,” Bulletin of the Evangelical Theological Society 7.4 (Fall 1964): 111-119. Available: HERE or HERE
Peter M. Head & P.J. Williams, “Q Review,” Tyndale Bulletin 54.1 (2003): 119-144. 
Q Tips: On Literary Dependence Among the Gospels (J.P. Holding)
Eta Linnemann, “The Lost Gospel Of Q – Fact Or Fantasy?” Trinity Journal 17.1 (1996): 3-18.
Edward P. Meadors, “The Orthodoxy of the “Q” Sayings of Jesus,” Tyndale Bulletin 43.2 (1992): 233-257. 
Robert H. Mounce, “Synoptic Self-Portraits,” The Evangelical Quarterly 37.4 (Oct.-Dec. 1965): 212-217. [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
John S. Roberts, “The Old Testament and the Historicity of the Gospels,” Symposium: The Old Testament in the Church Today. The London Quarterly & Holborn Review (January 1965): 44-49.

The Synoptic Problem

Kenneth E. Bailey, “Informal Controlled Oral Tradition and the Synoptic Gospels,” Asia Journal of Theology 5 (1991): 34-54. = Themelios 20.2 (1995): 4-11.
Craig L. Blomberg, “Synoptic Studies: Some Recent Methodological Developments and Debates,” Themelios 12.2 (January 1987): 38-46.
The Problem of Apparent Chronological Contradictions in the Synoptics (Joe Botti, Tom Dixon & Alex Steinman)
The Gospels and The Synoptic Problem The Literary Relationship of Matthew, Mark, and Luke (Dennis Bratcher)
F. David Farnell, “The Synoptic Gospels in the Ancient Church: A Testimony to the Priority of Matthew’s Gospel,” The Master’s Seminary Journal 10.1 (Spring 1999): 53-86.
R.T. France, “Chronological Aspects of ‘Gospel Harmony’,” Vox Evangelica 16 (1986): 33-60.
Peter M. Head, “Christology and the Synoptic Problem,” Tyndale Bulletin 46.1 (1995): 197-200. 
Larry W. Hurtado, “Qumran evidence for the reliability of the Gospels,” Bulletin of the Evangelical Theological Society 11.4 (Fall 1968): 159-168. Available: HERE or HERE
Alan F. Johnson, “A stylistic trait of the Fourth Gospel in the pericope adulterae,” Bulletin of the Evangelical Theological Society 9.2 (Spring 1966): 91-96. Available: HERE
The Synoptic Problem Home Page
Memory and the Gospel Tradition (W. S. Taylor)
Merrill C. Tenney, “The Canon of the Gospels,” Bulletin of the Evangelical Theological Society 10.1 (Winter 1967): 36-43. Available: HERE
The Synoptic Problem (Dr. Daniel B. Wallace)
The Synoptic Problem and Inspiration: A Response (Dr. Daniel B. Wallace)
David Wenham, “The Synoptic Problem Revisited: Some New Suggestions About the Composition of Mark 4:1-34,” Tyndale Bulletin 23 (1972): 3-38. 
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