Gospel of Mark

ISBN-10: 0814659659

ISBN-13: 9780814659656

Edition: 2002

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Description: In The Gospel of Mark Fathers Donahue and Harrington use an approach that can be expressed by two terms currently used in literary criticism: intratextuality and intertextuality. This intratextual and intertextual reading of Mark's Gospel helps us to appreciate the literary character, its setting in life, and its distinctive approaches to the Old Testament, Jesus, and early Christian theology. Includes an updated bibliography as an appendix.

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Book details

List price: $29.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Liturgical Press
Publication date: 9/1/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 520
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.738
Language: English

Editor's Preface
Abbreviations
Introduction
An Intratextual and Intertextual Commentary
Mark among the Gospels
Mark before the Gospels
Mark as "Author" and Theologian
Mark as "Literature"
The Genre of Mark
The Literary Artistry of Mark
Narrative Criticism and the Gospel of Mark
Mark's Picture of Jesus
Discipleship in Mark
Mark and the Old Testament and Judaism
The Eschatology of Mark
Mark in Relation to Paul and to Peter
The Date and Audience of Mark
The Outline of Mark's Gospel
General Bibliography
Translation, Notes, Interpretation
The Prologue: The Beginning of the Good News (1:1-13)
Transitional Markan Summary: Proclamation of the Kingdom (1:14-15)
The Call of the First Disciples (1:16-20)
A Paradigmatic Day Begins the Ministry of Jesus (1:21-34)
Highpoints of Jesus' Work in Galilee (1:35-45)
The Healing of the Paralyzed Man (2:1-12)
The Call of Levi and Meals with Toll Collectors and Sinners (2:13-17)
Fasting, Torn Garments, and New Wineskins (2:18-22)
Plucking Grain on the Sabbath (2:23-28)
Healing on a Sabbath (3:1-6)
Transitional Markan Summary: Healing beside the Sea (3:7-12)
Choosing the Twelve (3:13-19)
The Beelzebul Controversy and the True Family of Jesus (3:20-35)
The Parable of the Sower, Sayings on the Mystery of the Kingdom of God, and the Allegory of the Seeds (4:1-20)
Four Sayings on Revelation and Two Kingdom Parables (4:21-34)
Jesus' Power over the Wind and Waves (4:35-41)
The Exorcism of the Gerasene Demoniac (5:1-20)
The Daughter of Jairus and the Woman with the Hemorrhage (5:21-43)
The Rejection at Nazareth (6:1-6a)
The Mission Charge to the Twelve (6:6b-13)
The Identity of Jesus and the Execution of John the Baptist (6:14-29)
The Feeding of the 5000 by the Sea of Galilee (6:30-44)
Jesus Walks on the Water and Astounds the Disciples (6:45-52)
A Markan Summary of the Healing Power of Jesus (6:53-56)
The Dispute over Clean and Unclean (7:1-23)
The Syrophoenician Woman (7:24-30)
Jesus Restores Hearing and Speech to a Suffering Man (7:31-37)
The Second Feeding Narrative: The 4000 (8:1-10)
Pharisees and Scribes Seek a Sign (8:11-13)
A Further Misunderstanding by the Disciples and the Conclusion of the Bread Section (8:14-21)
The Gradual Healing of a Blind Man (8:22-26)
Peter's Confession, the First Passion Prediction, Peter's Misunderstanding, and the Demands of Discipleship (8:27-38)
The Transfiguration (9:1-13)
Healing a Possessed Boy (9:14-29)
A Second Passion Prediction and More Instructions for Disciples (9:30-50)
Marriage and Divorce (10:1-12)
Jesus Blesses Children (10:13-16)
Riches and Poverty (10:17-31)
A Third Passion Prediction and More Instructions for Disciples (10:32-45)
The Healing of Blind Bartimaeus (10:46-52)
Jesus' Entry into Jerusalem (11:1-11)
The Fig Tree and the Temple (11:12-25)
The Authority of Jesus (11:27-33)
The Parable of the Vineyard (12:1-12)
Taxes to Caesar (12:13-17)
The Debate about Resurrection (12:18-27)
The Great Commandment(s) (12:28-34)
The Messiah and the Son of David (12:35-37)
The Scribes and the Widow (12:38-44)
Jesus' Eschatological Discourse (13:1-37)
Contrasting Beginnings of Jesus' Last Days (14:1-11)
Jesus' Final Meal with His Disciples (14:12-25)
Prediction of Peter's Denial (14:26-31)
Jesus in Gethsemane (14:32-42)
The Arrest of Jesus (14:43-52)
Jesus before the Sanhedrin and the Denial by Peter (14:53-72)
Jesus before Pilate (15:1-20)
The Crucifixion of Jesus (15:21-32)
The Death of Jesus (15:33-41)
The Burial of Jesus (15:42-47)
The Empty Tomb (16:1-8)
Later Endings (16:9-20)
Indexes
Principal Ancient Parallels
Subjects
Authors
Supplementary Bibliography
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