NT Pod 53: Are the Passion Narratives "Prophecy Historicized"? It discusses the origins of the Passion Narratives, contrasting John Dominic Crossan's theory of "prophecy historicized" with the idea that they are actually "tradition scripturalized".
For those who would like to explore further, I have an article out on the topic and I've reproduced it on the web for those who don't have access to the book:
Mark Goodacre, "Scripturalization in Mark's Crucifixion Narrative" in Geert van Oyen and Tom Shepherd (eds.), The Trial and Death of Jesus: Essays on the Passion Narrative in Mark (Leuven: Peeters, 2006): 33-47
I also have an unpublished piece available here, the Swan lecture at Nebraskan Wesleyan University, February 2006:
Mark Goodacre, "When Prophecy became Passion: The Death of Jesus and the Birth of the Gospels"
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