Hebrew Gospel: Cracking the Code of Mark

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Meyer-Stone Books, 1988 - Bible - 148 pages
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The Scenario of the Kingdoms Coming
Forms of Narration
Narrative Motifs

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Abel-meholah above Ahab Ahaziah anointing of Jesus apostasy appearance Aramean audience Baal Baal-zebub Beelzebul Ben-hadad Bethsaida biblical biblical texts Book of Daniel Canaan canon Capernaum celestial sphere century C.E. chapter Christian cleansing comp compositional compositional patterns conceptual context corre correspondence Damascus dative Dead Sea Scrolls deaf-mute death deeds of power disciples discussion divine Ecles Ekron Elijah Elijah/Elisha Narrative Elisha Elisha's deeds evangelist evidently exorcism feeding Fiebig Gehazi gospel of Mark haggadic midrash haggadists halakic midrash hand Hazael healing Hebrew Bible Hebrew Scriptures heightening Heinemann Hellenistic hermeneutic activity However identified interpretation Israel Israelite Jehonadab Jehu Jericho Jerusalem Jewish Jezebel Joash John the Baptist Jordan Joseph of Arimathea Judah Judaism king Kingdom Kingdom of God Kingdom of Israel lepers leprosy literary LORD Lord's Lord's sovereignty manner Mark's Markan martyrdom master messianic secret miracles Mishnah Mk's Moab Mount Horeb Naaman Naboth Naboth story narration of Jesus narrative execution narrative motifs Nazareth Nimshi observes Old Testament Omride parable paradigm Passover Patte patterns Pentateuch Peter's Pharisees phrase plot portrayed prooftexts prophet proselytes reference relation rhetorical Samaria scrip scriptural model scriptural paradigm Sea of Galilee second gospel secret sequence Shaphat Sidon synoptic gospel Talmud Tannaitic Temple Temple in Jerusalem text unit Thus tion Tishbe Tishbite tism token told tural uncial unclean spirit words Zarephath

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