Mark: Traditions in Conflict

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Fortress Press, 1971 - Religion - 182 pages
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Contents

Key Characters in the Markan Drama
20
The Markan Opponents
70
The EmptyGrave Story and Marks Polemic
101
Copyright

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Ab Urbe Condita Abingdon Press against Apocalypse of Peter apocalyptic apocalypticism argues authentic Bultmann Burkill Caesarea Philippi centurion chapter 13 character Christ Christian church ciples claims Claremont Graduate School confession Conzelmann Corinth Corinthians crucifixion disciples discipleship Easter Eduard Schweizer empty tomb empty-tomb enemies enthronement epiphany eschatological Eschaton evangelist event exaltation exegesis exorcist fact faith false prophet feed the multitude form criticism Galilee Gnostic Gospel Gospel of Mark Gunther Bornkamm Hahn Hans Conzelmann Harold Knight Harrisville Hellenistic Helmut Koester heresy hermeneutical historical Jesus Holy Spirit insights interpretation Jewish Christianity Joachim Jeremias Johannes Schreiber John John Knox John Marsh Keck kerygma literary Livy Lord Lucan Luke Madvig Mark Mark 13 Mark felt Mark the Evangelist Mark's Mark's Gospel Markan Jesus Markus Martin Dibelius Marxsen material Matt Matthean Matthew messiahship messianic secret ministry miracle worker Morton Smith Naperville narrative Neukirchener Norman Perrin Old Testament opponents Palestinian parable parousia passages passion pericope Perrin Pesch Peter Peter's confession Peter's denial Pharisees Philadelphia pneumatic polemic Pontifical Biblical Institute posi position pre-Markan Psalms Quesnell reader rection redaction criticism redactional reference rejection of Jesus resurrection appearances Robinson Rudolf Bultmann secrecy motif Sitz im Leben Son of God Son-of-man story suffering Testament Testament Apocrypha theios aner theios-aner christology theological Thomas Trotter tion tradition trans transfiguration understand Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht verse William Wrede Wrede

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