Mark

Reading Justice – Mark 7.24-30 and Euripides’ Jocasta

A while ago, as my class was meandering through the Gospel According to St. Mark, I mentioned (again) that to

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Jeremiah in Mark 1 and 2 — intertextuality and allusions as atmosphere

One of the essential tools of mimetic criticism is the use of cues early in the text. We look for

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(video) Was Jesus God in Mark’s Gospel

This is part of my CTP class, and… well, my book, and studies, etc… I know people will disagree, but

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Mark 1.1-11 – Jesus v. The World

These are notes from my CTP Class – but I wanted to put them here for a few reasons. And

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Where does Mark 1.1 come from and what does it mean?

There may be simply several sources for Mark 1.1. I tend to think it comes directly from the Priene Calendar

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A New Translation: Mark 1

This was posted in 2009, but written some time before that. My Thursday Morning CTP class is going to study Mark’s

Gospel Criticism

Dammit Bultmann! Stop rationalizing the miracles! The Bread, Loaves, and Myth

Rudolf Bultmann, the father of demythologization, urged people to get behind the text. On that, I agree. I also agree

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Mark 13 — Apocalypse Now, Twice

I had hoped to invest some time in exploring this subject, either for a chapter or a paper, but right