Jesus' cry from the cross : towards a first-century understanding of the intertextual relationship between Psalm 22 and the narrative of Mark's Gospel (Book, 2009) [WorldCat.org]
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Jesus' cry from the cross : towards a first-century understanding of the intertextual relationship between Psalm 22 and the narrative of Mark's Gospel

Author: Holly J Carey
Publisher: London : T & T Clark, 2009
Series: Library of New Testament studies, 398
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book presents a multi-level approach to Mark 15:34 arguing that a contextual reading of Ps 22:2 does not negate or dilute the presentation of Jesus as one in distress. Using a multi-level approach to Mark 15:34, and contra to the opinion of the majority of Markan scholarship, a contextual reading of Ps 22:2 does not serve to negate or dilute the presentation of Jesus as one in distress. Rather, such a reading  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Holly J Carey
ISBN: 056701858X 9780567018588
OCLC Number: 488475460
Description: xv, 221 s. ; 24 cm
Contents: Chapter 1: Setting the Scene: Mark 15:34 in the Current Debate; Chapter 2: Intertextuality, Citation, and Allusion; Chapter 3: Suffering, Death, and Vindication: The Importance of Resurrection in Mark's Gospel; Chapter 4: Citation of and Allusion to the Scriptures in Mark's Gospel; Chapter 5: The Socio-Cultural Context of Mark's Gospel: The Motif of the Righteous Sufferer and the Use of Psalms in the First Century; Chapter 6: Jesus as Mark's Righteous Sufferer; Chapter 7: The Meaning and Function of Ps 22 in Mark's Passion-Resurrection Narrative; Chapter 8: Conclusions (Chapters 3-7); Chapter 9: Matthew and Luke: Early Readers of Mark's Gospel; Conclusions
Series Title: Library of New Testament studies, 398
Responsibility: Holly J. Carey

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Presents a multi-level approach to "Mark 15:34" arguing that a contextual reading of "Psalms 22:2" does not negate or dilute the presentation of Jesus as one in distress. This book discusses the  Read more...

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'Two features of this book are particularly praiseworthy. First, Carey repeatedly eschews traditional dichotomies, seeking to incorporate the strengths of competing positions. Second, she approaches Read more...

 
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