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Biblical interpretation in early Christian Gospels. Vol. 1, The Gospel of Mark [electronic resource] / edited by Thomas R. Hatina.

Contributor(s): Hatina, Thomas R.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Library of New Testament studies: 304.; T & T Clark library of biblical studies: Publisher: London ; New York : T & T Clark, c2006Description: 1 online resource (xii, 204 p.).ISBN: 9780567381422 (electronic bk.); 0567381420 (electronic bk.).Other title: Gospel of Mark.Subject(s): Bible. New Testament -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | RELIGION -- Biblical Criticism & Interpretation -- New TestamentGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Biblical interpretation in early Christian Gospels. Vol. 1, The Gospel of Mark.DDC classification: 225.6 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Embedded texts and Mark's narrative: assumptions and issues in current research -- Function of scripture in Mark 15.1-39 / Darrell L. Bock -- Reconfiguring Jesus: the Son of Man in Markan perspective / Edwin K. Broadhead -- Integrated scripture, embedded empire: the ironic interplay of 'King' Herod, John and Jesus in Mark 6.1-44 / S. Anthony Cummins -- Servant of the Lord and the Gospel of Mark / James R. Edwards -- Zechariah in the Markan passion narrative / Craig A. Evans -- Embedded scripture texts and the plurality of meaning: the announcement of the 'voice from heaven' in Mark 1.11 as a case study / Thomas R. Hatina -- Kingdom, messianic authority and the re-constituting of God's people: tracing the function of Exodus material in Mark's narrative / Larry Perkins -- Use of authoritative citations in Mark's gospel and ancient biography: a study of P. Oxy. 1176 / Stanley E. Porter -- 'After three days he will rise': the (dis)appropriation of Hosea 6.2 in the Markan passion predictions / Mark Proctor -- Narrative role of John and Jesus in Mark 1.1-15 / Tom Shepherd -- Markan interpretation of the Pentateuchal food laws / Jesper Svartvik.
Summary: This is the first in a five volume set gathering together recent research by leading scholars on the interpretation and function of Jewish scripture texts in early Christian gospels. It discusses the Gospel of Mark.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [182]-192) and indexes.

Introduction: Embedded texts and Mark's narrative: assumptions and issues in current research -- Function of scripture in Mark 15.1-39 / Darrell L. Bock -- Reconfiguring Jesus: the Son of Man in Markan perspective / Edwin K. Broadhead -- Integrated scripture, embedded empire: the ironic interplay of 'King' Herod, John and Jesus in Mark 6.1-44 / S. Anthony Cummins -- Servant of the Lord and the Gospel of Mark / James R. Edwards -- Zechariah in the Markan passion narrative / Craig A. Evans -- Embedded scripture texts and the plurality of meaning: the announcement of the 'voice from heaven' in Mark 1.11 as a case study / Thomas R. Hatina -- Kingdom, messianic authority and the re-constituting of God's people: tracing the function of Exodus material in Mark's narrative / Larry Perkins -- Use of authoritative citations in Mark's gospel and ancient biography: a study of P. Oxy. 1176 / Stanley E. Porter -- 'After three days he will rise': the (dis)appropriation of Hosea 6.2 in the Markan passion predictions / Mark Proctor -- Narrative role of John and Jesus in Mark 1.1-15 / Tom Shepherd -- Markan interpretation of the Pentateuchal food laws / Jesper Svartvik.

This is the first in a five volume set gathering together recent research by leading scholars on the interpretation and function of Jewish scripture texts in early Christian gospels. It discusses the Gospel of Mark.

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