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by Joel Williams

ePub Other Followers of Jesus: Minor Characters as Major Figures in Mark's Gospel (The Library of New Testament Studies) download
Author:
Joel Williams
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978-1850754893
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1850754896
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Sheffield Academic Press (June 1, 1994)
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Bible Study & Reference
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The Gospel of Mark includes a series of similar episodes in which he presents minor characters and their response to Jesus. These individuals are neither disciples nor opponents of Jesus but rather people who are drawn, in a broad sense, from the crowd. Mark presents these characters either as suppliants or as those who exemplify a proper response to Jesus and his way. The purpose of this narrative study is to explore the effect of Mark's presentation of minor characters on the reader.

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Mark’s arrangement of the sequence of Gentile episodes is progressive and envisions a theological reversal in the kingdom of God, a re-prioritization in the proclamation of the gospel message that coincides with the death of Jesus

Mark’s arrangement of the sequence of Gentile episodes is progressive and envisions a theological reversal in the kingdom of God, a re-prioritization in the proclamation of the gospel message that coincides with the death of Jesus. After receiving Gentiles in the Jewish homeland (3:7-12), the Markan Jesus initiates four excursions into Gentile territory. The first journey (5:1-20) is preparatory and opens the door for future ministry in Gentile regions. Jesus symbolically cleanses the land and the healed demoniac becomes the first missionary to Gentiles. Saved in: Main Author: Williams, Joel F. Other Authors: EBSCO Publishing (Firm).

Jesus and the Thoughts of Many Hearts: Implicit Christology and Jesus’ Knowledge in the Gospel of Luke by Collin Bullard.

Cover the key developments in historical, cultural, linguistic, theological, and hermeneutical questions driving New Testament study. Jesus and the Thoughts of Many Hearts: Implicit Christology and Jesus’ Knowledge in the Gospel of Luke by Collin Bullard.

Life of Jesus in the New Testament. The life of Jesus in the New Testament is primarily outlined in the four canonical gospels, which includes his genealogy and nativity, public ministry, passion, resurrection and ascension

Life of Jesus in the New Testament. The life of Jesus in the New Testament is primarily outlined in the four canonical gospels, which includes his genealogy and nativity, public ministry, passion, resurrection and ascension.

The Gospel According to Mark is one of the four canonical gospels and one of the three synoptic gospels

The Gospel According to Mark is one of the four canonical gospels and one of the three synoptic gospels. It tells of the ministry of Jesus from his baptism by John the Baptist to his death and burial and the discovery of the empty tomb – there is no genealogy of Jesus or birth narrative, nor, in the original ending at chapter 16, any post-resurrection appearances of Jesus. It portrays Jesus as a heroic man of action, an exorcist, a healer, and a miracle worker

THE END OF JESUS MINISTRY IN GALILEE, 13:5318:35 A. A Prophet without Honor, 13:5358 B. The Death of John the Baptist, 14:112 C. Some Miracles of Jesus, 14:1336 1. The Feeding of the Five Thousand, 14:1321 2. Peter Walking on Water, 14:2233 3. Jesus Healing, 14:3436 D. Opposition and Loyalty, 15:116:12 1. Blind. of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature, rev. and aug. by William F. Arndt, F. Wilbur Gingrich, and Frederick W. Danker from the 5th edn. (Chicago, 1979). William Barclay, The Gospel of Matthew, 2 vols. BDF. F. Blass and A. Debrunner, A Greek.

The Gospel of Mark includes a series of similar episodes in which he presents minor characters and their response to Jesus. These individuals are neither disciples nor opponents of Jesus but rather people who are drawn, in a broad sense, from the crowd. Mark presents these characters either as suppliants or as those who exemplify a proper response to Jesus and his way. The purpose of this narrative study is to explore the effect of Mark's presentation of minor characters on the reader. It traces Mark's treatment of these individuals through the narrative and shows how Mark's presentation of minor characters moves the reader toward an acceptance of the demands of following Jesus.