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C. H. But as we have just seen, the Johannine allusion to Zechariah is linked to a higher level of worship, while the Synoptic quotation of Jeremiah alludes to the destruction of the temple. Moreover, in the following section we will see that, according to John, Jesus did not prophesy the rebuilding of the temple in three days if it was destroyed, but his own resurrection in three days if he was killed; John attributes the misunderstanding to his adversaries. The verbal disagreement between the Johannine and the Synoptic versions is also a substantial disagreement.
These texts are especially important for Crossan, Jesus, –. Some of the following information is rehearsed in an abbreviated manner in Keith, Pericope, –. Foster, ‘Educating Jesus’, –.
And misunderstood by John’s opponents. Both accusations were known to Mark through hostile sources, and inserted into his narrative of Jesus’ Passion. New Test. Stud. , pp. –. claims neither literacy nor illiteracy for Jesus, but rather that Jesus was able to confuse his opponents with regards to his scribal literacy. According to the Johannine narrator, Jesus’ opponents assumed he did not ‘know letters’, but also acknowledged that he taught as if he did. is historically plausible in light of firstcentury Christianity’s corporate memory(ies) of Jesus’ literacy.