A few thoughts on the authorship and date of the Gospel of Mark
A proposal for seeing the structure in Mark as three parts with a central claim and subsequent divine confirmations.
Considering Mark as a revealing “apocalypse.”
The Ending of Mark is one of the great Biblical mysteries. What should we do with it as a reader?
Mark uses a motif of secrecy to mold the reader’s view of Jesus as Messiah.
Mark Uses literary intercalations to guide interpretation.
Mark gives context to the claim that Jesus is Messiah through his organizational structure.
The Gospel of Mark uses grammar, vocabulary, and foreshadowing to rush the reader to the end of the story.
This is the first in a series of posts discussing literary features of the Gospel of Mark.
What should we do when we are confused by the Bible? The Bible is the inspired work of God. The Bible is a human book. It is an inspired by the Holy Spirit, but it was written by humans. It is incredible when you think about. The holy and transcendent God condescended to communicate with…