Telford divides his study of Mark into three categories: history, literature, and theology. He discusses what Mark’s narrative of Jesus reveals about the early Christians, and how Mark blends history and theology together. The final chapter focuses on the general questions of the Gospel’s purpose and setting.
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- Title: T&T Clark Study Guides: Mark
- Author: W.R. Telford
- Publisher: T&T Clark
- Publication Date: 2003
- Pages: 155
About William R. Telford
William R. Telford is Senior Lecturer in Religious Studies (Christian Origins and the New Testament) at Durham University. He is the author of The New Testament: A Short Introduction and coauthor of Synoptic Gospels.