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The Temple in the Gospel of Mark : a Study in its Narrative Role.

Author: Gray.
Publisher: Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, 2012.
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HauptbeschreibungTimothy C. Gray analyzes one of the most striking elements of Mark's story: the vital role the temple plays from Jesus' entry into Jerusalem to the moment of his death. Mark brings a dramatic tension into his narrative by juxtaposing Jesus and the temple. The author's narrative analysis of Mark's use of the temple sheds light on the theological portrait Mark paints of Jesus' mission, teaching, and  Read more...
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Gray,
Temple in the Gospel of Mark : A Study in its Narrative Role.
Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, ©2012
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Gray.
ISBN: 9783161515859 3161515854
OCLC Number: 782878906
Notes: Chapter 4. Eschatology and the Death of Christ.
Description: 1 online resource (239 pages)
Contents: Cover; Dedication; Preface; Table of Contents; Chapter 1. Demonstration in the Temple; 1.1 Narrative and Intertextual Approach; 1.2 Narrative Overview: Mark 11-15; 1.3 Jesus' Way to the Temple; 1.3.1 Narrative Pace; 1.3.2 Which Lord? (??????); 1.3.3 The Motif of "the Way" (?d??); 1.3.3.1 "The Way" in Mark's Gospel; 1.3.3.2 Cultic Contexts and Connotations of "the Way"; 1.3.3.3 The Goal of "the Way"; 1.3.4 Psalm 118: He Who Comes (?????æe???); 1.3.5 Summary of Entry Narrative; 1.4 Demonstration in the Temple (11:15-19); 1.4.1 Looking upon the Temple (11:11). 1.4.2 Jesus' Actions in the Temple (vv. 15-16)1.4.3?a?????F?e???a t?? d?e???? s?e??? d?? t???e??? (v. 16); 1.4.4 Teaching (v. 17); 1.4.5 Fig Tree (11:12-14, 20-21); 1.5 Conclusion; Chapter 2. Lord of the Temple; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Question of Faith --
Faithless Question (11:22-33); 2.2.1 New Place for Prayer, Faith, and Forgiveness (11:22-25); 2.2.1.1 Difficult Transition; 2.2.1.2 "This Mountain"; 2.2.2 New Temple; 2.2.3 By What Authority? (11:27-33); 2.3 Teaching in the Temple (Mark 12); 2.3.1 The Parable of the Wicked Tenants (vv. 1-9); 2.3.1.1 Building the Vineyard (v. 1). 2.3.1.2 Sending Servants (vv. 2-5)2.3.1.3 Sending the Son (vv. 6-8); 2.3.1.4 Judgment (v. 9); 2.3.2 The Rejected Stone: Psalm 118 (12:10-12); 2.3.3 Three Questions for the Teacher (12:13-34); 2.3.4 Teaching in Riddles (12:35-37); 2.3.4.1 Problem of Davidic Descent; 2.3.4.2 Psalm 110 and Solomon; 2.3.4.3 Royal Enthronement; 2.3.4.4 Priestly Authority; 2.3.4.5 Summary; 2.4 Conclusion; Chapter 3. Prophetic Eschatology and Mark 13; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Eschatology in Mark; 3.3 Historical Setting of the Markan Narrative; 3.4 Literary Considerations of Mark 13; 3.4.1 Tale of Two Temples. 3.4.2 Literary Structure of Mark 133.5 An Exegesis of Mark 13 as It Pertains to the Temple; 3.5.1 Judgment upon the Temple (vv. 1-4); 3.5.1.1 Sitting in Judgment; 3.5.1.2 Question and Answer; 3.5.2 The Beginning of the Birth Pangs (vv. 5-8); 3.5.2.1 False Prophets; 3.5.2.2 War and Rumors of War; 3.5.2.3 Earthquakes and Famines; 3.5.2.4 Birth Pangs; 3.5.3 Proclamation to the Nations (vv. 9-13); 3.5.3.1 Delivered up for Trial (vv. 9 and 11); 3.5.3.2 Gospel to the Nations (v. 10); 3.5.3.3 Interfamilial Strife (vv. 12-13); 3.5.4 Understanding the Desolating Sacrilege (v. 14). 3.5.4.1 Desolating Sacrilege and Daniel3.5.4.2 "Let the Reader Understand"; 3.5.5 The Time of Tribulation (vv. 15-23); 3.5.5.1 Eschatological Flight; 3.5.6 Seeing the Son of Man (vv. 24-27); 3.5.6.1 Relation of Verses 24-27 to Verses 14-23; 3.5.6.2 A Contextual Reading of Mark 13:24-27; 3.5.6.3 Exegesis of the OT Echoes in Verses 24-27; 3.5.7 The Lesson of the Fig Tree (vv. 28-31); 3.5.7.1 Reading the Eschatological Fig Leaves (vv. 28-30); 3.5.7.2 Heaven and Earth Will Pass Away (v. 31); 3.5.7.3 "That Day" and "That Hour" (vv. 32-37); 3.6 Conclusion.

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HauptbeschreibungTimothy C. Gray analyzes one of the most striking elements of Mark's story: the vital role the temple plays from Jesus' entry into Jerusalem to the moment of his death. Mark brings a dramatic tension into his narrative by juxtaposing Jesus and the temple. The author's narrative analysis of Mark's use of the temple sheds light on the theological portrait Mark paints of Jesus' mission, teaching, and identity. This focus upon the temple serves to show how Jesus and his community will replace the temple. Mark also employs the temple as the backdrop for much of the passion narrativ.

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