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The Endangered Promises: Conflict in Mark

James S. Hanson
Format
Book
Published
Atlanta [Ga.] : Society of Biblical Literature, c2000.
Language
English
Series
Dissertation Series / Society of Biblical Literature
Dissertation Series (Society of Biblical Literature)
ISBN
0884140342 (alk. paper)
Contents
  • Chapter 1 Conflict and Christology in Markan Studies 1
  • William Wrede 5
  • Controversy Stories in Form-Critical Research 8
  • Martin Dibelius 10
  • Rudolf Bultmann 11
  • Form Criticism and Christology 13
  • Evaluating Form Criticism 16
  • Conflict and Christology in Redaction Criticism 17
  • Theodore Weeden 20
  • Evaluating Redaction Criticism 22
  • Literary Turn 28
  • Narrative Criticism of the Gospels 30
  • Evaluating Narrative Criticism 37
  • Reader and the Text 39
  • Chapter 2 Reader-Response Criticism and Conflict in Mark 45
  • From Text to Reader 47
  • Reader-Response Criticism and the Gospels 50
  • Reader in Reader Response Criticism 51
  • Reader and the "Authorial Audience" 57
  • Reader as Critic 65
  • From Critic to Ideal Reader 68
  • Ideal Reader and the Reading Process 69
  • Reading as Gap-Filling 72
  • Temporal Experience of Reading and Meaning as Event 77
  • Chapter 3 Preparing the Way for the Reader: The Prologue of Mark's Gospel 87
  • Scope and Structure of the Prologue 90
  • Function of the Prologue 102
  • Drawing the Audience In: The Rhetorical Strategies of the Prologue 105
  • Presentation of Jesus 122
  • Crucified Messiah and the Endangered Promises 133
  • Israel in the Wilderness 135
  • God's Beloved Son 139
  • Death and Resurrection of the Beloved Son 142
  • Chapter 4 Promise Endangered from Without: Jesus and his Opponents 151
  • A Gospel of Tensions 151
  • Jesus and his Adversaries 154
  • Identity of Jesus' Opponents 156
  • Distinctiveness of Jesus' Opponents 160
  • Unity of Jesus' Opponents 165
  • Nature and Development of the Conflict 174
  • Shattering Boundaries: 1:16-3:6 177
  • Development of the Conflict from 3:7-10:45 189
  • Promise Affirmed in the Midst of Endangerment: 11:27-12:44 195
  • Chapter 5 Promise Endangered from Within: The Conflict with the Disciples 209
  • Disciples in Mark: The Pastoral/Polemical Debate 211
  • Polemical Reading 214
  • Pastoral Reading 216
  • Tension Preserved 220
  • From Light into Darkness: The Blindness of the Disciples 221
  • "To you has been given": The Investment in the Disciples 224
  • Gospel Turned Inside Out 228
  • "Just as he told you": Promise and Failure in the Passion Narrative 243
  • Conclusion: The Endangered and Reaffirmed Promises 249.
Description
x, 273 p. ; 23 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. 255-264) and indexes.
Series Statement
Dissertation series / Society of Biblical Literature ; no. 171
Dissertation series (Society of Biblical Literature) ; no. 171
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