02. Gospel of Mark

Genesis 1:1-3: Creation or Re-Creation? – Part 1

Mark: Introduction, Argument, and Outline

Is Our Reading the Bible the Same as the Original Audience’s Hearing It?

Deuteronomy in Mark’s Gospel

The Letter of Mark

The Historical Reliability of Mark’s Gospel

Introduction to Mark’s Gospel

The Gospel of Mark

The More Spiritual Gospel: Markan Literary Techniques in the Longer Gospel of Mark 

The Gospel of Mark

The Gospel According to Mark: Introducing the New Testament 

Evocatio Deorum and the Date of Mark

From Historian to Theologian: Milestones in Markan Scholarship 

The Gospel of Mark: An Introduction for Preachers

Jesus, Mark, and the Modern Reader

Exegetical Issues in Mark’s Gospel 

The Servant of the Lord and the Gospel of Mark

Discipleship in the Gospel according to Mark 

Christ’s Baptism and Crucifixion: The Anointing and Enthronement of God’s Son 

The Passion of the Christ according to the Gospel of Mark

Was Jesus an Open Theist? A Brief Examination of Greg Boyd’s Exegesis of Jesus’ Prayer in Gethsemane

The Story of Jesus: An Exposition of the Gospel of Mark

Sermons on Mark

Commentary on Mark and 1 & 2 Peter

Book of Mark

The Parables

Mark – Archive

Highlights in the Life and Ministry of Jesus Christ

The Gospel of Mark – The Christ, the Kingdom, and the Cross

Expostitory Sermons from Mark

Sermons on Mark

Series on Mark

Sermons on Mark

Mark

Sermon Series on Mark

The Gospel of Mark

Studies in Mark

Studies in the Gospel of Mark

The Gospel of Mark

Mark – MacPhail’s Manuscripts

The Journey – Chronicles of a Follower of Christ

Mark Sermons

The Gospel of Mark (Sermon Series)

Sermons on selected lessons of the New Testament: Matthew, Mark, and Luke

Mark’s Good News of the Kingdom of God

 

Journals

Craig Evans, “The Gospel of Mark in Current Study,” Midwestern Journal of Theology 3.1 (Fall 2004): 3-30.

A Precarious Righteousness (Mark 7:1-9) (Ronald Goetz)

A Child Shall Lead Us (Isa. 11:6, 8-9; Mark 10:15; Matt 18:1ff; Luke 11:11ff) (Lamin Sanneh)

Mark and I & II Peter (Bob Utley)

Edward Adams, “Historical Crisis and Cosmic Crisis in Mark 13 and Lucan’s Civil War,” Tyndale Bulletin 48.2 (1997): 329-344.

Edward Adams, “The Coming of the Son of Man in Mark’s Gospel,” Tyndale Bulletin 56.2 (2005): 39-62.

Mark 1:17: Fishers of men reconsidered; first significance, then application (Chip Anderson)

Mark 4: The parable of the Sower who sows: hearing more accurately (Chip Anderson)

Mark 13: Move beyond just the words: God Inspired Structure (Chip Anderson)

Hugh Anderson, “The Old Testament In Mark’s Gospel,” James M. Efird, editor, The Use of the Old Testament in the New and Other Essays: Studies in Honor of William Franklin Stinespring. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1972. ISBN: 0822302888. pp.280-306.

Benjamin Wisner Bacon, “The purpose of Mark’s Gospel,” Journal of Biblical Literature 29.1 (1910): 41-60.

Jon N. Bailey, “Vowing Away the Fifth Commandment: Matthew 15:3- 6//Mark 7:9-13,” Restoration Quarterly 42 (2000) 193-209.

Peter Bolt, “What Were the Sadducees Reading? An Enquiry into the Literary Background of Mark 12:18-23,” Tyndale Bulletin 45.2 (1994): 369-394. 

Peter Bolt, “Mark 16:1-8: The Empty Tomb of a Hero?” Tyndale Bulletin 47.1 (1996): 27-37.

Peter Bolt, “Jesus’ Defeat of Death and Mark’s Early Readers,” Tyndale Bulletin 49.1 (1998): 175-178.

Lynne Courter Boughton, “‘Being Shed for You/Many’: Time-Sense and Consequences in the Synoptic Cup Citations,” Tyndale Bulletin 48.2 (1997): 249-270.

F.F. Bruce, “The End of the Second Gospel,” The Evangelical Quarterly 17 (1945): 169-81.

F.F. Bruce, “The Book of Zechariah and the Passion Narrative,” Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 43 (March 1961): 336-353.

F.F. Bruce, “Are The Gospels Anti-Semitic?” Eternity 24 (November 1973): 16-18.

Prof. F.F. Bruce, The ‘Secret’ Gospel of Mark. The Ethel M. Wood lecture delivered before the University of London on 11 February 1974. London: The Athlone Press, 1974. Pbk. ISBN: 0485143186. pp.20.

A. B. Caneday, ” ‘Mark’s Provocative Use of Scripture in Narration: “He Was with the Wild Animals and Angels Ministered to Him’,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 9 (1999): 19-36.

Maurice Casey, “The Date of the Passover Sacrifices and Mark 14:12,” Tyndale Bulletin 48.2 (1997): 245-247.

Donald E. Cook, “A Gospel Portrait of the Pharisees,” Review & Expositor 84.2 (Spring 1987): 221-233.

William F. Cook, III, “The Passion of the Christ according to the Gospel of Mark,” Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 8.3 (Autumn 2004): 86-100.

Paul Danove, “The Rhetoric of the Characterization of Jesus as the Son of Man and Christ in Mark ,” Biblica 84 (2003): 16-34.

James D.G. Dunn, “The Messianic Secret in Mark,” Tyndale Bulletin 21 (1970): 92-117. 

Charles H. Dyer, “The Purpose for the Gospel of Mark,” Stanley D. Toussaint & Charles H. Dyer, eds., Essays in Honor of J. Dwight Pentecost. Chicago: Moody Press, 1986. Hbk. 0802423817. pp.49-62.

James R. Edwards, “The Authority of Jesus in The Gospel of Mark,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 37.2 (1994): 217-233

James R. Edwards, “The Servant of the Lord and the Gospel of Mark,” Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 8.3 (Autumn 2004): 36-49.

James M. Efird, “Note On Mark 5:43,” James M. Efird, editor, The Use of the Old Testament in the New and Other Essays: Studies in Honor of William Franklin Stinespring. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1972. ISBN: 0822302888. pp.307-309.

B. Dale Ellenburg, “A Review Of Selected Narrative-Critical Conventions In Mark’s Use Of Miracle Material,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 38.2 (1995): 171-180.

Disciples on Trial (Susan R. Garrett)

The Earliest Gospel (Frederick C. Grant)

Robert H. Gundry, “A Rejoinder to Joel F. Williams’s ‘Is Mark’s Gospel an Apology for the Cross?’,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 12.1 (2002): 123-139.

Michael J. Haren, “The Naked Young Man: a Historian’s Hypothesis on Mark 14,51-52,” Biblica 79 (1998): 525-531.

Harold Harland, “Mark 1: An exposition,” Evangel 1:1 (1983): 5-7.

Thomas R. Hatina, “The Focus of Mark 13:24-27: The Parousia, or the Destruction of the Temple?” Bulletin for Biblical Research 6 (1996): 43-66.

David J. Hawkin, “The Symbolism and Structure of the Marcan Redaction,” Evangelical Quarterly 49.2 (April-June 1977): 98-110.

J.P. Heil, “A Note on ‘Elijah with Moses’ in Mark 9,4,” Biblica 80 (1999): 115.

Joseph H. Hellerman, “Challenging The Authority Of Jesus: Mark 11:27-33 And Mediterranean Notions Of Honor And Shame,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 43.2 (2000): 213-228.

Joseph H. Hellerman, “Challenging the Authority of Jesus: Mark 11:27-33 and Mediterranean Notions of Honor and Shame,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 43.2 (June 2000) 213-228.

Colin J. Hemer, “Fragments of Mark at Qumran?” TSF Bulletin 64 (Autumn 1973): 11.

Demonism in Jewish/Hellenistic Literature and Its Relation to Mark 5 (Dr. Greg Herrick)

Mark 11:27-12:17: Jesus and the Religious Leaders (Dr. Greg Herrick)

David M. Hoffeditz & Gary E. Yates, “Femme Fatale Redux: Intertextual Connection to the Elijah/Jezebel Narratives in Mark 6:14-29,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 15.2 (Fall 2005): 199-221.

Larry W. Hurtado, “The Gospel of Mark in Recent Study,” Themelios 14.2 (Jan./Feb. 1989): 47-52.

Larry W. Hurtado, “Greco-Roman Textuality and the Gospel of Mark: A Critical Assessment of Werner Kelber’s The Oral and the Written Gospel,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 7 (1997): 91-106.

David Jackman, “The Growing Conflict: An Exposition of Mark Chapter 2,” Evangel 1:2 (1983): 6-8. 

Gordon D. Kirchhevel, ” He That Cometh in Mark 1:7 and Matt 24:30,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 4 (1994): 105-112.

Gordon D. Kirchhevel, “The ‘Son of Man’ Passages in Mark,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 9 (1999): 181-187.

William L. Lane, “From Historian to Theologian: Milestones in Markan Scholarship,” Review & Expositor 75.4 (Fall 1978): 601-617.

Andrew T. Lincoln, “The promise and the failure: Mark 16:7,8,” Journal of Biblical Literature 108.2 (Summer 1989): 283-300.

Joel Marcus, “The Jewish War and the Sitz im Leben of Mark,” Journal of Biblical Literature 111.3 (Fall 1992): 441-462.

Larry Perkins, “Mark’s Language of Religious Conflict as Rhetorical Device,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 11.1 (2001): 43-63..

D.W.B. Robinson, “The Use of Parabole in the Synoptic Gospels,” The Evangelical Quarterly 21.2 (April 1949): 93-108.

Narry F. Santos, “The Paradox of Authhority and Servanthood in the Gospel of Mark,” Bibliotheca Sacra 154 (1997) 452-60.

Thomas E. Schmidt, “Cry of Dereliction or Cry of Judgment? Mark 15:34 in Context,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 4 (1994): 145-153.

Geoffrey Smith, “A Closer Look at the Window’s Offering: Mark 12:41-44,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 40.1 (March 1997): 27-36.

Klyne Snodgrass, “A Hermeneutics of Hearing Informed by the Parables with Special Reference to Mark 4,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 14.1 (2004): 59-79.

Robert H. Stein, “Exegetical Issues in Mark’s Gospel,” Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 8.3 (Autumn 2004): 4-11.

Robert H. Stein, “Is Our Reading the Bible the Same As the Original Audience’s Hearing It? A Case Study in the Gospel of Mark ,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 46.1 (2003): 63-78.

John Christopher Thomas, “A Reconsideration of the Ending Of Mark,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 26.4 (1983): 407-419.

Brian J. Vickers, “Mark’s Good News of the Kingdom of God,” Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 8.3 (Autumn 2004): 12-35.

Mark 1:2 and New Testament Textual Criticism (Dr. Daniel B. Wallace)

David Wenham, “The Synoptic Problem Revisited: Some New Suggestions About the Composition of Mark 4:1-34,” Tyndale Bulletin 23 (1972): 3-38. 

Michael J. Wilkins, “Unique Discipleship to a Unique Master: Discipleship in the Gospel according to Mark,” Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 8.3 (Autumn 2004): 50-68.

Joel F. Williams, “Discipleship and Minor Characters in Mark’s Gospel,” Bibliotheca Sacra 153 (July 1996) 332-43.

Joel F. Williams, “Literary Approaches To The End of Mark’s Gospel,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 42.1 (1999): 20-35.

Joel F. Williams, “Is Mark’s Gospel an Apology for the Cross?” Bulletin for Biblical Research 12.1 (2002): 97-122.

Joel F. Williams, “Is Mark’s Gospel an Apology for the Cross?” Bulletin for Biblical Research 12.1 (2002): 97-122.

Dennis O. Wretlind, “Jesus’ Philosophy of Ministry: A Study of a Figure of Speech in Mark 1:38,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 20.4 (1977): 321-323.

 

Thesis and Dissertation

Miller, Susan E. (2002) Women in Mark’s Gospel. PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Mark 12: 28-34: A Close Reading

 

 

 

 


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