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Reading Mark in context : Jesus and Second Temple Judaism / Ben C. Blackwell, John K. Goodrich & Jason Maston, editors.

Contributor(s): Blackwell, Ben C, 1974- | Goodrich, John K | Maston, Jason | Wright, N. T. (Nicholas Thomas), 1948-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan : Zondervan, 2018Description: 286 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780310534457.Subject(s): Bible. Mark -- Criticism, interpretation, etcDDC classification: 226.306 BLA
Contents:
Foreword Introduction; History of the Second Temple Period1Preparing the Way in the Wilderness in Mark 1:1-152The Messiah’s Authority in Mark 1:16-453Controversies with the Scribes and Pharisees in Mark 2:1-3:64*Apocalyptic and the Kingdom in Mark 3:7-355Teaching in Parables in Mark 4:1-346Exorcism in Mark 4:35-5:207Healing/Miracles in Mark 5:21-6:6a8Herod Antipas in Mark 6:6b-299New Exodus in Mark 6:30-5610*Redrawing Cultural/Religious and Ethnic Boundaries in Mark 7:1-3711(Apocalyptic) Epistemology in Mark 8:1-2612The New Elijah in Mark 8:27-9:1313Faith in Mark 9:14-2914Cruciform Discipleship in Mark 9:30-5015The Law and Divorce in Mark 10:1-3116Spiritual Leadership in Mark 10:32-5217The Triumphal Entry in Mark 11:1-1118The Temple in Mark 11:12-2619The Chief Priests and Elders in the Temple/Parable of the Tenants in Mark 11:27-12:1220*The Sadducees (and Other Jewish Authorities) in Mark 12:13-4421The Tribulation in Mark 13:1-2322The Return of the Son of Man in Mark 13:24-3723The Passover in Mark 14:1-2524Lament in Mark 14:26-5225Blasphemy in Mark 14:53-7226Pontius Pilate in Mark 15:1-2027Crucifixion and Burial in Mark 15:21-4728Resurrection in Mark 16:1-8xxGlossary
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Foreword Introduction; History of the Second Temple Period1Preparing the Way in the Wilderness in Mark 1:1-152The Messiah’s Authority in Mark 1:16-453Controversies with the Scribes and Pharisees in Mark 2:1-3:64*Apocalyptic and the Kingdom in Mark 3:7-355Teaching in Parables in Mark 4:1-346Exorcism in Mark 4:35-5:207Healing/Miracles in Mark 5:21-6:6a8Herod Antipas in Mark 6:6b-299New Exodus in Mark 6:30-5610*Redrawing Cultural/Religious and Ethnic Boundaries in Mark 7:1-3711(Apocalyptic) Epistemology in Mark 8:1-2612The New Elijah in Mark 8:27-9:1313Faith in Mark 9:14-2914Cruciform Discipleship in Mark 9:30-5015The Law and Divorce in Mark 10:1-3116Spiritual Leadership in Mark 10:32-5217The Triumphal Entry in Mark 11:1-1118The Temple in Mark 11:12-2619The Chief Priests and Elders in the Temple/Parable of the Tenants in Mark 11:27-12:1220*The Sadducees (and Other Jewish Authorities) in Mark 12:13-4421The Tribulation in Mark 13:1-2322The Return of the Son of Man in Mark 13:24-3723The Passover in Mark 14:1-2524Lament in Mark 14:26-5225Blasphemy in Mark 14:53-7226Pontius Pilate in Mark 15:1-2027Crucifixion and Burial in Mark 15:21-4728Resurrection in Mark 16:1-8xxGlossary

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