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  from jesus to christ: the story of the storytellers: q - the hypothetical gospel
Today there are people who talk about Q as though it's a gospel.
Q, as I see it, is not a gospel, it's a hypothesis.
For example, whoever collected the sayings of Q wasn't interested in the death of Jesus, wasn't interested in the resurrection of Jesus.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/religion/story/hypothetical.html   (390 words)

  Q document - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Q document or Q (Q for German Quelle, "source") is a postulated lost textual source for the Gospel of Matthew and Gospel of Luke.
Q, part of the Two-Source Hypothesis, would not have existed if Matthean priority is true, as Luke would have gotten his triple tradition ("Markan") and double tradition ("Q") material from Matthew.
In addition, Eta Linnemann rejects the Q document hypothesis and denies there is a Synoptic problem at all.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Q_document   (1317 words)

 The Lost Sayings Gospel Q
Q 10:13-15 announces the coming judgment explicitly with the view to two Galilean towns, Chorazin and Bethsaida: even Tyre and Didon will be better off in the coming judgment.
Q's characterization of Jesus as the all-knowing one could be used to enhance his authority as a self-referential speaker in the pronouncement stories Mark already had from his own community.
However, the very distinctiveness of the Q material as shown by the recent redaction-critical studies of Q is in itself an indication that this material did exist as a separate entity at some stage in the development of the synoptic tradition.
www.earlychristianwritings.com /q.html   (2404 words)

 Q document: Just the facts...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The existence of Q follows from the argument that Matthew and Luke show independence from Mark in what New Testament scholars call "the double tradition" (the material that Matthew and Luke share that does not appear in Mark).
Sometimes it appears that doublets in Matthew and Luke have one-half that comes from Mark and the other half from some common source, such as Q. Even if Matthew and Luke are independent,(see Authentic Matthew (additional info and facts about Authentic Matthew)), the Q hypothesis states that they used a common document.
These recent developments in Q studies have caused something of a backlash, leading some scholars to question the propriety of basing so much (layers of Q, the theology of the Q community, etc.) on a hypothetical document and other scholars to question the need for Q in the first place.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/Q/Q/Q_document.htm   (763 words)

 Q document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Q document (also called the Q Gospel, the Sayings Gospel Q, the Synoptic Sayings Source, and in the 19th century the Logia) is a collection of Jesus's sayings that was hypothesized in accordance with the two-source hypothesis to be a source of the Gospels of Matthew and Luke.
The existence of Q follows from the argument that Matthew and Luke are independent in the double tradition, which is the material that Matthew and Luke shared that isn't found in Mark.
These recent developments in Q studies are causing a bit of backlash, leading some scholars to question the propriety of basing so much (layers of Q, the theology of the Q community, etc.) on a hypothetical document and other scholars to question the need for Q in the first place.
www.termsdefined.net /q-/q-document.html   (1232 words)

 NCAA - APR Q&A   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
A A team's APR will be determined by summing the numerators and denominators for all appropriate years and then dividing the overall numerator by the overall denominator to calculate the team's APR. That method takes into account the differences in numbers of students in the calculation from year to year and weights each student-athlete equally.
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Q contained many sayings attributed to Jesus (such as the Lord's prayer) and two short stories (Jesus' temptation in the desert; the faith of the centurion).
An indication that this document was composed comparatively late, is the fact that it seems to mention a murder in the Temple (Luke 11.51 = Matthew 23.36).
This may be the murder described by the Jewish historian Flavius Josephus (Jewish War 4.335-343), suggesting that the final composition of Q must be dated after this incident, which took place in the winter of 67/68.
www.livius.org /q/q-source/q1.htm   (559 words)

The Gospel of Q remains a hypothetical document.
The Gospel of Q is different from the canonical gospels in that it does not extensively describe events in the life of Jesus.
Q does not mention events like Jesus' virgin birth, his selection of 12 disciples, crucifixion, resurrection, ascension to heaven, etc. It represents those parts of Jesus' teachings that his followers remembered and recorded about 20 years after his death.
www.religioustolerance.org /gosp_q.htm   (696 words)

 Talk:Q document - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Further textual analysis tends to confirm this hypothesis as Q, the document generated by subtracting Mark from the intersection of Matthew and Luke, has a thematic structure and consistency that is generally considered unlikely to be due to chance.
It is trying to say that Q has certain themes that are more prominent in itself than in either Matthew and Luke that you would not expect to find by subtracting Mark from them.
In any event, all we can say for certain is that ‘Q’ Source is not referred to by any of the Church Fathers as a Christian work, and no copy of Q has ever been found.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Talk:Q_document   (1405 words)

 The implications of the Gospel of Q in modern-day Christianity
Because the Gospel of Q is of no real significance to conservative Christians, we will restrict the remainder of this essay to a liberal point of view.
Q does not contain stories of the virgin birth, miracles, salvation, speaking in tongues, apostles, clergy, the Eucharist, heaven, hell, and dozens of other topics that later played major roles in Christian belief.
Assuming that Q did exist, one is led to the belief that most of modern-day Christian beliefs and rituals have little or nothing to do with the beliefs and teachings of the immediate followers of Jesus.
www.religioustolerance.org /gosp_q1.htm   (1223 words)

 What is the gospel of Q and doesn't it prove the Gospels are false?
Q comes from the German "quelle" meaning "source." Some biblical scholars have proposed that there was a document prior to the writing of the gospels which was used by the writers of Matthew and Luke as a source of information.
Some people say that the Q theory invalidates the inspiration of the gospels since it would mean that the writers copied their material from one another and were then not inspired of God.
If anything, the existence of Q would mean that the time between the actual events and their written record is lessened.
www.carm.org /evidence/Q.htm   (1070 words)

 Two-source hypothesis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Two-Source Hypothesis was first articulated in 1838 by Christian Hermann Weisse, but it did not gain wide acceptance among German critics until Heinrich Julius Holtzmann endorsed it in 1863.
Streeter further argued that a third source, referred to as M and also hypothetical, lies behind the material in Matthew that has no parallel in Mark or Luke (and L for Luke).
Through the remainder of the 20th century there were various challenges and refinements of Streeter's hypothesis, such as Pierson Parker (1953) who posited an early version of Matthew (proto-Matthew) as the primary source of both Matthew and Mark, and Q source used by Matthew.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Two-Source_Hypothesis   (377 words)

 Q document - InfoSearchPoint.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
sv:Q-källan The Q document (also called the Q Gospel, the Sayings Gospel Q, the Synoptic Sayings Source, and in the 19th century the Logia) comprises a hypothetical collection of Jesus's sayings, hypothesized in accordance with the two-source hypothesis to be a source of the Gospels of Matthew and Luke.
The existence of Q follows from the argument that Matthew and Luke show independence in the double tradition (the material that Matthew and Luke shared that does not appear in Mark).
If Q ever existed, it must have disappeared very early, since no copies of it have been recovered and no definitive notices of it have been recorded in antiquity (but see the discussion of the Papias testimonium below).
www.infosearchpoint.com /display/Q_document   (895 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The document is said to be a client of the architecture from which it is derived.
The root of the entity tree is the SGML document entity of the hub document.
A data structure that enables a main document and its related documents, each of which might be stored in several entities, to be combined into a single data stream for interchange in a manner that will permit the recipient to reconstitute the separate entities.
y12web2.y12.doe.gov /sgml/wg8/document/1920.sgm   (13231 words)

 Into the Wardrobe :: View topic - Q Document, Gospel of Thomas
I would be interested in your input on the topic of the "sayings" gospel, the alleged Q http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Q_document and also the Gospel of Thomas http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gospel_of_Thomas.
The scholars claim these documents (even though the Q is merely theoretical) don't mention Jesus as Lord and savior, so that concept was later developed as a mere myth.
Given the occurance of what appear to be early church doxology in the letters of Paul, it strikes me as disingenuous that some scholars consider the Synoptics to be the genesis of "Lord and Savior" mythology.
cslewis.drzeus.net /forums/viewtopic.php?t=3738   (1003 words)

 Q source & its late dating
A "Q" writer might have thought that a plant (fl mustard), even if it grows up to almost four feet tall, is rather fragile and unlikely to be used as a perch or a roosting place for birds.
Consequently, "Q" Mt12:32/Lk12:10 appears to be rewritten from Mk3:28-29a, with "Son of man" in evidence as generally it is in "Q": Mk=14, "Q"=8 ("Q" being one third of GMark in size).
And since "Q" does not have the objectionable Passion story and is considered (wrongly) "primitive", "Q" (or part of it) was deemed more trustworthy and therefore written earlier than the (unreliable) gospels, when embellishments and outright fiction would be incorporated into them.
www.geocities.com /b_d_muller/q.html   (9306 words)

 Q Document by Frank Ramirez
But there's no Q. There are no testimonies to Q that I am aware of, or quotations in other documents, except where the scholars themselves make the inference that what they read in a gospel text is or is not derived from this document.
But no Q. Despite this, there is more certainty after a century of what Q contained and did not contain than one would expect for such an important document.
Of course the discovered scraps of Q might indicate that this document was both ephemeral and unimportant.
www.cob-net.org /docs/q.htm   (1838 words)

 Grade 4 Q & A document 2005
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Q: For Condition Code in case of refusal, must the statement of refusal be written by the student, or can we accept the teacher’s written statement?
www.emsc.nysed.gov /osa/elaei/gr4-faqs05.htm   (975 words)

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 The Unnecessary Q Document Hypothesis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Q Document is a strictly uproven, hypothetical collection of sayings and incidents in Jesus' life, which was suggested to account for similarities between Matthew and Luke that are not in Mark.
Those who reject the Q Hypothesis, usually argue that similarities and differences can be explained, on the basis that Matthew was cited by Luke, and Luke and Matthew by Mark, leaving Q unnecessary.
Only two documents, John's Gospel - which perhaps almost nostalgically dwells on action in and around The Temple - and The Revelation of The Apostle John claim to be written after this event.
www.advweb.com /kw/misc/misc/kw_qdoc.html   (1110 words)

 Southwest Airlines - Security Document Q&A
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 tools: StarOffice / OpenOffice.org “Q” Product Concept
"Q" is required to pickup the style of all basic widget elements (buttons, slider, fixed-text, check-boxes and so on) in a way that exactly reflects the current GTK widget theme.
Document and setting defaults will be generated on the fly during the first start or on demand.
For the "Q" release this gap is closed and all read-only settings are reflected as such in the Options dialog.
tools.openoffice.org /releases/q-concept.html   (13144 words)

 Q Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Q is something which we imagine to have existed once, because to imagine it did once exist, explains certain things which do exist: for example, the character of passages in Matthew and Luke.
According to The Four-Source Theory, Matthew used Mark, Q, and his own special source called M, while Luke used Mark and Q, and another source called L. The material in M and L probably comes from oral tradition.
Where Mark and Q give the same sayings of Jesus, the reason for both giving it is not that one copied from the other, according to Crum.
www.innvista.com /culture/religion/pseudep/qdoc.htm   (309 words)

 Q Public License v1.0 — Trolltech
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