4 edition of Christology and Discipleship in the Gospel of Mark found in the catalog.
|Statement||Cambridge University Press|
|Publishers||Cambridge University Press|
|LC Classifications||March 27, 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 125 p. :|
|Number of Pages||58|
|2||Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series|
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004 The commissioning of the Twelve in Mark 3:13—15 77 Finally, it is important to note that, within the plot development of Mark, the mounting tension between Jesus and the authorities necessarily ropes his followers into the conflict at hand. Therefore, he was hated by many of the Jews because he represented the Roman government that had oppressed them for centuries. Jesus does not reject the earthly vocation of these men but reorients it.
by: Best, Ernest 1917-2004 Published: 1990• Walter Grundmann, Das Evangelium nach Markus, THKNT 2 Berlin: Evangelische Verlagsanstalt, 197760, on the possible link with the messianic priest described in T. 2:5 does Jesus address the paralytic with a word of forgiveness. Fishing was a major industry in Galilee, with a connected sub-industry of fish salting.
A second enhancement to the Davidic story reflects a similarly maladroit expansion.
Discipleship in the Parable in the Sower• If the conversation turned to workplace or civic topics such as a job search, customer service, property taxes or zoning, would we be able to speak meaningfully to nonbelievers about how Christian concepts apply to such issues? 1:16—20 — a pattern featuring both presence and practice — gains more elaborate expression as Jesus calls those whom he wishes up to the mountain and there establishes the Twelve Mk.
In contrast to other passages in Mark where he remains captive to the whims of the crowds Mk.
In contrast, Western Christians today seldom work in the same locations as others in the same church.
That Jesus journeys to the mountaintop to equip his followers to carry on his mission does not diminish his own Christological mission.
As such, he is dependent on the grace and compassion of those around him for his daily survival.