At Once in All its Parts: Narrative Unity in the Gospel of Mark

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The prevailing analyses of the structure of the Gospel of Mark represent modifications of the form-critical approach and reflect its tendency to regard the Gospel not as a unified narrative but as an anthology of sayings and acts of Jesus which were selected and more or less adapted to reflect the early Church's theological understanding of Christ. However, a narrative-critical reading of the Gospel reveals that the opening proclamation, the Transfiguration, and the concluding proclamation provide a definite framework for a close pattern of recurring words, repeated questions, interpolated narrative, and inter locking parallels which unfold the basic theme of ... continued below

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Kevil, Timothy J. (Timothy Jack) December 1988.

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The prevailing analyses of the structure of the Gospel of Mark represent modifications of the form-critical approach and reflect its tendency to regard the Gospel not as a unified narrative but as an anthology of sayings and acts of Jesus which were selected and more or less adapted to reflect the early Church's theological understanding of Christ. However, a narrative-critical reading of the Gospel reveals that the opening proclamation, the Transfiguration, and the concluding proclamation provide a definite framework for a close pattern of recurring words, repeated questions, interpolated narrative, and inter locking parallels which unfold the basic theme of the Gospel: the person and work of Christ.

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Kevil, Timothy J. (Timothy Jack). At Once in All its Parts: Narrative Unity in the Gospel of Mark, thesis, December 1988; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc500633/: accessed September 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .