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Matthew and Mark Across Perspectives: Essays in Honour of Stephen C. Barton and William R. Telford
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Gathering Interest

Overview

The essays in this volume present a state-of-the-discipline snapshot of current and recent research into the Gospels of Matthew and Mark. The contributions showcase wide range of methods and perspectives on Gospels study.

The Gospels are viewed from a traditio-historical perspective, and with an eye on history of interpretation. Literary and social-scientific analysis of the Gospels, as well as theological and spiritual readings are also presented. The collection presents chapters by experts in the field of Matthean, Markan, and Jesus studies that freshly examine the core texts. The list of highly distinguished contributors includes: James D.G. Dunn, Francis Watson and Donald Hagner.

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Key Features

  • Explores the relationship between Matthew and Mark
  • Looks at the Gospels with fresh eyes from different angles
  • Celebrates the works of Stephen C. Barton and William R. Telford

Contents

  • Introduction
  • How Did Mark Survive?
  • Paragon of Discipleship? Simon of Cyrene in the Markan Passion Narrative
  • ‘More than a Prophet’: Echoes of Exorcism in Markan and Matthean Baptist Traditions
  • ‘He Laid Him in a Tomb’ (Mark 15.46): Roman Law and the Burial of Jesus
  • The Newness of the Gospel in Mark and Matthew: Continuity and Discontinuity
  • Emotions of Protest in Mark 11-13: Responding to an Affective Turn in Social-Scientific Discourse
  • The Spirituality of Faith in the Gospel of Matthew
  • Matthew—a Jewish Gospel of Jews and Gentiles
  • The ‘Apocalyptic’ Jewish Jesus and Contemporary Interpretation

Contributors

  • Francis Watson
  • Helen K. Bond
  • Daniel Frayer-Griggs
  • Craig. A. Evans
  • Donald A. Hagner
  • Louise J. Lawrence
  • Nijay K. Gupta
  • James D.G. Dunn
  • Loren Stuckenbruck

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About the Editors

Kristian A. Bendoraitis teaches at Spring Arbor University, MI, USA.

Nijay K. Gupta is Assistant Professor of New Testament at George Fox Evangelical Seminary, Portland, USA.

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