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The Reign of God is Such as These: A Socio-Literary Analysis of Daughters in the Gospel of Mark (The Library of New Testament Studies) e-book

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Sharon Betsworth

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The Reign of God is Such as These: A Socio-Literary Analysis of Daughters in the Gospel of Mark (The Library of New Testament Studies) e-book

by Sharon Betsworth


This is a new analysis of the 'daughters' in the Gospel.

This is a new analysis of the 'daughters' in the Gospel. Betsworth analyzes the 'daughters' in the Gospel of Mark: the woman from the crowd - whom Jesus calls daughter, Jairus' daughter (5:21-43), Herodias' daughter (6:14-29), and the daughter of the Syro-Phoenician woman (7:24-30). To demonstrate how the Gospel's first century audience may have heard these This is a new analysis of the 'daughters' in the Gospel of Mark

Library of New Testament Studies.

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Betsworth analyzes the daughters in the Gospel of Mark: the woman from the crowd - whom Jesus calls daughter, Jairus daughter (5:21-43), Herodias daughter (6:14-29), and the daughter of the Syro-Phoenician woman (7:24-30)

Betsworth analyzes the daughters in the Gospel of Mark: the woman from the crowd - whom Jesus calls daughter, Jairus daughter (5:21-43), Herodias daughter (6:14-29), and the daughter of the Syro-Phoenician woman (7:24-30).

In recent years Mark's Gospel has been the testing ground for newinterpretive methods

In recent years Mark's Gospel has been the testing ground for newinterpretive methods. Danove's rigorous analysis of the semantic andnarrative rhetoric at work in this Gospel's characterizations of God,Jesus, and Jesus' disciples helps to illumine both Mark's literaryachievement and his theological concerns. This fresh study hasimplications for every facet of Markan scholarship. Daniel . arrington, . Professor of NT, Weston Jesuit School of Theology

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Betsworth, Sharon, The Reign of God is Such as These: A Socio-Literary Analysis of Daughters in the Gospel of Mark (Library of New Testament Studies 422; London: T&T Clark, 2010) Pp. xi + 164. ISBN 978-0-5671-7531-1. Borg, Marcus . Meeting Jesus in Mark (Conversations with Scripture; London: SPCK, 2011) Pp. xi + 1410. Mihalios, Stefanos, The Danielic Eschatological Hour in the Johannine Literature (Library of New Testament Studies 436; London: T&T Clark, 2011) Pp. xiii + 209. ISBN 978-0-5673-6720-4.

This is a new analysis of the 'daughters' in the Gospel of Mark. Betsworth analyzes the 'daughters' in the Gospel of Mark : the woman from the crowd - whom Jesus calls daughter, Jairus' daughter (5:21-43), Herodias' daughter (6:14-29), and the daughter of the Syro-Phoenician woman (7:24-30). This title was formerly the Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement, a book series that explores the many aspects of New Testament study including historical perspectives, social-scientific and literary theory, and theological, cultural and contextual approaches. Поделиться: ]] :0]] ]] :0]] ]] :0]] ]] :0]] ]] :0]] ]] :0]] :0 ]] :0]].

Sowing the Gospel: Mark’s World in Literary-Historical Perspective. No such investigation can avoid the quests for the Historical Jesus. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1996. Specifically, this project is aimed at better understanding the Gospel of Mark, which was written over 1900 years ago about a man named Jesus. Following in the footsteps of H. S. Reimarus1, scholar after scholar has attempted to piece together who Jesus actually was and what he actually said and did.

GCSE Religious Studies a study of the gospel of mark Colourpoint Educational Rewarding Learning Juliana Gilbride ? CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 background to mark s gospel 5 Facts about the Gospels. and John Blind Bartimaeus CHAPTER 3 jesus the miracle worker 29 A Man with an Evil Spirit Jesus Heals Many People A Man with a Dreaded Skin Disease A Paralysed Man A Man with a Paralysed Hand Jairus Daughter and a Woman Jesus Feeds Five Thousand People The Syro-Phoenician Woman s Daughter A Boy with an Evil Spirit CHAPTER 4 THE KINGDOM.

Chapter 3 is Betsworth’s longest chapter and builds upon her previous volume, The Reign of God Is Such as These: A Socio-Literary Analysis of Daughters in the Gospel of Mark, LNTS 422 (London: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2010)

Chapter 3 is Betsworth’s longest chapter and builds upon her previous volume, The Reign of God Is Such as These: A Socio-Literary Analysis of Daughters in the Gospel of Mark, LNTS 422 (London: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2010). Chapter 4 investigates the Matthean theme of Jesus as child, which guides Betsworth’s reading of Matthew

This is a new analysis of the 'daughters' in the Gospel of Mark . Betsworth analyzes the 'daughters' in the Gospel of Mark : the woman from the crowd - whom Jesus calls daughter, Jairus' daughter (5:21-43), Herodias' daughter (6:14-29), and the daughter of the Syro-Phoenician woman (7:24-30). To demonstrate how the Gospel's first century audience may have heard these stories, Betsworth begins by examining 'daughters' in their ancient Mediterranean context. Betsworth then considers representations of daughters in select texts from the Septuagint and Greco-Roman literature - from the seventh and sixth centuries B.C.E. to the second century C.E. Although these depictions seem to be in contrast to the social-historical construction of daughters, Betsworth shows that in many ways the literary portrayals of daughters function to uphold the values of Greco-Roman culture - especially those of virginity before and faithfulness in marriage. These two lines of enquiry undergird Betsworth's investigation. From it she is able to show that the 'daughters' in the Gospel uphold the values of the 'reign of God', as an integral part of the Gospel's inclusive social vision of God's reign. This title was formerly the Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement , a book series that explores the many aspects of New Testament study including historical perspectives, social-scientific and literary theory, and theological, cultural and contextual approaches.

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