Q Web Materials

Full text in English Translation of the International Q Project’s Q, with a short introduction, on John Kloppenborg’s homepage.

Prof. John S. Kloppenborg Verbin (Professor of New Testament, University of St. Michael’s College, Toronto, Canada) engaged in an on-line seminar sponsored by Synoptic-L from 23 October to 10 November 2000. The topic was the book, Excavating Q: The History and Setting of the Sayings Gospel (Minneapolis: Fortress, 2000). This link is the archive of messages.

The place to find Q expert (and member of the International Q Project) Prof. Dr Paul Hoffmann and colleagues at Bamberg. There is useful information here on activities at Bamberg as well as about the International Q Project and its publications.

Short page at the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity, Claremont Graduate University. There is also a page of associated Publications, but it is not up to date.

By Stephen Carlson: summarises John Kloppenborg’s theories of stratification (part of his

By William Arnal: an “informal” summary.

By Rick Fowler: introductory bibliography on Q.

By Sam Gibson: an on-line version of Burton Mack’s translation of Q, featuring stratification into Q1, Q2 and Q3.

By James Tabor: a list of double tradition material. See also on this site Tabor’s The Q Source Based on Luke and Colour Coded Luke, the latter providing English translation of Luke separated into different colours according to alleged source.

By Elaine Pagels: short article from the web site on the American PBS television special From Jesus to Christ.

By Marilyn Mellowes: an article from the same site.