You can read the entire interview: Interview with David Alan Black. A good deal of the interview relates to Dr. Black’s view of gospel authorship.
Interview with Dave Black on Why Four Gospels
https://youtu.be/vW4mYR-h95g (must be watched on YouTube).
Allan Bevere on Why Four Gospels
The last thing I want to be is intellectually lazy, but I must confess that at times I have probably relied on the conclusions of the guild of biblical scholarship too much without delving into the matter for myself. Dave has done that for us, and his conclusions challenge the conventional wisdom I have all…
Mark as an Enabling Document
6:57 PM Mark as an enabling document: Matthew is the fundamental Gospel and the most important, but each was written and published in response to a particular need of the church in a particular historical situation. The real significance of Mark lies in Peter’s guarantee that Luke was fit to be read beside Matthew in…
Mark Presents Peter
7:47 AM Mark as the interpres of Peter: Indeed, it is the modern critics, blinded by their conviction of the priority of Mark, who have failed to accept the obvious message of the patristic evidence. That is why they have misunderstood the significance of the texts that always describe the disciple Mark as the go-between…
Review at Near Emmaus
Mark Stevens at the Near Emmaus blog has begun a review series on Why Four Gospels?. Be sure to go check it out. He’s going to do these in a series of posts called “Black Tuesdays.” Here’s an idea, Mark. What if we send you two other books by Dave Black, also published by Energion,…
Is Another Conversion Imminent?
Tim Henderson may be changing his mind, though not to the fourfold gospel hypothesis. It does appear, however, that he may abandon Q. It’s possible that the “Farrer-Goulder-Goodacre-Watson hypothesis” now has two many names in its title. 🙂