NT Pod yesterday, NT Pod 26: The Case Against Q. It is the fourth and final episode in the current series of back-to-back episodes on the Synoptic Problem that I have been running in tandem with my New Testament Introduction class here at Duke.
For those who may be interested in reading more about this topic, I have a few suggestions. The New Testament Gateway has a section on the Synoptic Problem, which gathers together different resources on the issue, including websites like Stephen Carlson's Synoptic Problem Home Page and Mahlon Smith's Synoptic Gospels Primer. There is also a Books and Articles for those who want to take things a little further.
I have a website related to the specific topic of this podcast and it is called the Case Against Q Website. This has been on the web now for 13 years, which is quite a long time in internet history. When I had a book published on the topic in 2002, I turned the site into a companion site for that book. Now eight years later, I am wondering about turning it back into a free-standing site. But that does, of course, depend on whether I can find the time to update it. You can find lots of material on the topic there, including articles by Farrer, Goulder and me about the Farrer theory, which affirms Marcan Priority but dispenses with Q.