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History and Interpretation in the Gospels by Henry LightfootIn lectures from 1934 Lightfoot declared himself the method's "champion." Importantly, his variation on the approach emphasized what the gospel editors prioritized in arranging their sources, a consideration that spurred several additional methodologies.
New Testament Studies by C.H. DoddThis book contains (pg 1-11) a short article Dodd penned for the Expository Times in 1932, titled "The Framework of the Gospel Narrative." This article made the critical contribution that the arrangement of source units within the gospels was not necessarily arbitrary.
From Tradition to Gospel by Martin Dibelius"Form criticism" in NT studies began with Dibelius and his Formgeschichte des Evangeliums (1919). This book set out to study what traditional material came before the gospels.
The Gospel Message of St. Mark by R.H. LightfootThough conducted as form criticism, this book foreshadowed Anglophone scholarship's major innovation on form criticism. Lightfoot here argued that Mark prioritized doctrine, not history, when arranging his materials. And so redaction criticism was born!