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Mark and Paul

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Beschreibung

Was Paul a direct influence on Mark? On the basis of the latest methods in New Testament scholarship, the battle over Yes and No to this question is waged within these pages. In the end, no agreement is reached, but the basic issues and their impact on studying epistolary and narrative literature in 1st-century Christianity stand out with much greater clarity than before.



Autorentext

Eve-Marie Becker, Aarhus University, Denmark; Troels Engberg-Pedersen andMogens Müller, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.



Klappentext

This volume brings together an international group of scholars on Mark and Paul, respectively, who reopen the question whether Paul was a direct influence on Mark. On the basis of the latest methods in New Testament scholarship, the battle over Yes and No to this question of literary and theological influence is waged within these pages. In the end, no agreement is reached, but the basic issues stand out with much greater clarity than before. How may one relate two rather different literary genres, the apostolic letter and the narrative gospel? How may the theologies of two such different types of writing be compared? Are there sufficient indications that Paul lies directly behind Mark for us to conclude that through Paul himself and Mark the New Testament as a whole reflects specifically Pauline ideas? What would the literary and theological consequences of either assuming or denying a direct influence be for our reconstruction of 1st century Christianity? And what would the consequences be for either understanding Mark or Paul as literary authors and theologians? How far should we give Paul an exalted a position in the literary creativity of the first Christians? Addressing these questions are scholars who have already written seminally on the issue or have marked positions on it, like Joel Marcus, Margaret Mitchell, Gerd Theissen and Oda Wischmeyer, together with a group of up-coming and senior Danish scholars from Aarhus and Copenhagen Universities who have collaborated on the issue for some years. The present volume leads the discussion further that has been taken up in: "Paul and Mark” (ed. by O. Wischmeyer, D. Sim, and I. Elmer), BZNW 191, 2013.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Mark and Paul
Untertitel: Comparative Essays Part IIFor and Against Pauline Influence on Mark
Editor:
EAN: 9783110367973
ISBN: 978-3-11-036797-3
Format: E-Book (epub)
Herausgeber: Gruyter, Walter de GmbH
Genre: Christentum
Anzahl Seiten: 338
Veröffentlichung: 21.05.2014
Jahr: 2014
Untertitel: Englisch
Dateigrösse: 0.8 MB