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The Gospel of Mark.

Author: Thomas R Hatina
Publisher: London : T & T Clark, 2006.
Series: Biblical interpretation in early Christian Gospels / ed. by Thomas R. Hatina, vol. 1.; Library of New Testament studies, 304.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Includes essays on the function of scripture in the compositional history of the Gospels. Divided into five volumes, this work focuses on: the interpretation of scripture in Mark, Matthew, Luke,  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas R Hatina
ISBN: 0567080676 9780567080677
OCLC Number: 255647810
Description: XII, 204 Seiten.
Contents: (1) Darrell Bock (Dallas Theological Seminary); The Function of Scripture in Mark 15:1-39; (2) Edwin Broadhead (Berea College); "Reconfiguring Jesus: The Son of man in Markan Perspective"; (3) Tony Cummins (Trinity Western University); The Death of John the Baptist in Mark 6:14-29 and Early Jewish Antecedents; (4) Joanna Dewey (Episcopal Divinity School); Broader issues in Orality, Narrative and Hermeneutics in Mark. (5) James Edwards (Whitworth College); The Servant in Isaiah 49 and The Hiddennes Motif in Mark; (6) Craig Evans (Acadia Divinity College); 'Zechariah in Mark's Passion Narrative"; (7) Thomas Hatina (Trinity Western University); Introduction - Literary approaches; The Function of Daniel 7:13 in the information of Mark's Plot; (8) Elizabeth Struthers Malbon (possible) (Virginia Polytechnical Inst. and State Univ.); (9) Steve Moyise (University College of Chicester); "Is Mark 1:1-3 the Key to His Use of Scripture?"; (10) Geert van Oyen (?); "The Influence of Isaiah 53 in Mark 10:45: Background, Context, and Hermeneutics"; (11) Larry Perkins (Canadian Associated Theological Schools); (12) Stanley Porter (McMaster Divinity College); The Use of Authoritative Religious Texts in Mark and Ancient Biography; (13) Mark Proctor (Baylor University); Mark's Resurrection Predictions (8:31, 9:31, and 10:33-34) and Early; Christian Readings of Hosea 6:2; (14) Tom Shepherd (Union College); (15) Jesper Svartvik (Lund University); "Mark's Interpretation of the Pentateuchal Food Laws"; (16) Mary Ann Tolbert (Pacific School of Religion); Genesis Creation Tradition and the 'Divorce' Pericope in Mark; (17) Alvin Thompson (Central American Theological Seminary); "The Narrative Function of Mark 1:2-3: Discipleship and the Message of Mark"; (18) Michael Vines (Lees-McRae College); Influence of Jewish Narrative Literature in the Ketuvim in Mark's; Narrative Program OR Influence of Jewish Narratives of Trail and Martyrdom in Mark's Passion Narrative; (19) Rikk Watts (Regent College); Psalms in Mark.
Series Title: Biblical interpretation in early Christian Gospels / ed. by Thomas R. Hatina, vol. 1.; Library of New Testament studies, 304.

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mentioned in Chronicle of Higher Education June 2006 "This first volume of a series sets a high standard for the remaining four. Most of the contributors to this book show how the landscape has Read more...

 
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