A&C Black, 1. mar. 2005 - 560 sider
An incisive and comprehensive episode-by-episode commentary on the Gospel of Mark. There is a special focus on the contribution of each episode to the overall meaning of the Gospel, at both the level of the story and the level of the discourse. As a reader-response commentator, the author's concern is constantly with the effect of Mark's story on its readers, engaging both the situation of the original audience of Mark - Christians of Gentile origin in Rome shortly after the Neronian persecutions - and with that of the present-day reader.
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