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Mockery and Secretism in the Social World of Mark's Gospel.

Author: Dietmar Neufeld
Publisher: London : Bloomsbury Publishing, 2014.
Series: Library of New Testament studies.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Having established the context of mockery and shame in Ancient Mediterranean cultures, Dietmar Neufeld shows how Mark presented Jesus as a person with a sense of honour and with a sense of shame, willing to accept the danger of being visible and the mockery it attracted. Neufeld also considers the social functions of ridicule/mockery more broadly as strategies of social sanction, leading to a better understanding of  Read more...
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Neufeld, Dietmar.
Mockery and Secretism in the Social World of Mark's Gospel.
London : Bloomsbury Publishing, ©2014
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Dietmar Neufeld
ISBN: 9780567062024 0567062023
OCLC Number: 873139775
Description: 1 online resource (219 pages).
Contents: Preface; Acknowlegments; Abbreviations; INTRODUCTION; Mark, Mockery, Secretism and the Memorable Jesus; Effective Storytellers; Secretism and Mockery; Mockery in the Ancient World; The Literacy-Orality Dichotomy; Writing, Readers and Reading in Antiquity; Conclusions; Chapter 1 --
MODES OF MOCKING AND BEING MOCKED IN THE GRAECO-ROMAN WORLD; Introduction; The Corrosive Power of Mockery; Areas of Invective; Mockery and the Power to Inflict and Inflame Shame; Shame and Honour; Honour, Power and Influence; Mark and Honour/Shame; Mockery of the Deformed and Disabled in Rome. Mockery, Visibility and Shame-bound AnxietyConclusions; Chapter 2 --
THE MESSIANIC SECRET IN RECENT STUDIES; Introduction; Willhelm Wrede and the Messianic Secret; Summary and Criticisms of Wrede's Hypothesis; Secrecy --
and the Unknown and Privacy; Gossip and Information Management in the Roman World; Conclusions; Chapter 3 --
SECRETISM AND MOCKERY; Introduction; Secrecy, the Social Sciences and Mark; Secretism and Mark; Conclusions; Chapter 4 --
MARK'S GOSPEL AS NARRATIVE IN REAL TIME: CHRONICLE, MIMESIS AND PLOT; Introduction; Narrative Criticism. Mark in Real Time: Gaming, Visual Storytelling and Broadcasting EventsMark and Audience in Recent Studies; Conclusions; Chapter 5 --
MARK, MOCKERY, SECRETISM AND JESUS: MARKERY ... THE ART OF TELLING A GOOD STORY; Introduction; Family Heritage, Healings, Mockery and Secretism; Fame/Visibility/Rumour, Mockery and Secretism; Exorcism, Mockery and Secretism; Death, Mockery and Secretism: Mark 5.21-43; Death, Deviancy, Mockery and Secretism: Mark 15.40-41; 16.1-8; Jesus' Death, Mockery and Secretism; CONCLUSIONS; Bibliography; Index of References; Index of Authors.
Series Title: Library of New Testament studies.

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Having established the context of mockery and shame in Ancient Mediterranean cultures, Dietmar Neufeld shows how Mark presented Jesus as a person with a sense of honour and with a sense of shame, willing to accept the danger of being visible and the mockery it attracted. Neufeld also considers the social functions of ridicule/mockery more broadly as strategies of social sanction, leading to a better understanding of how social, religious, and political practices and discourse variously succeeded or failed in Mark. Finally, Neufeld investigates the author of Mark's preoccupation with 'secrecy',

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