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Reading Mark in Context
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Foreword Introduction; History of the Second Temple Period 1 Preparing the Way in the Wilderness in Mark 1:1-15 2 The Messiah's Authority in Mark 1:16-45 3 Controversies with the Scribes and Pharisees in Mark 2:1-3:6 4* Apocalyptic and the Kingdom in Mark 3:7-35 5 Teaching in Parables in Mark 4:1-34 6 Exorcism in Mark 4:35-5:20 7 Healing/Miracles in Mark 5:21-6:6a 8 Herod Antipas in Mark 6:6b-29 9 New Exodus in Mark 6:30-56 10* Redrawing Cultural/Religious and Ethnic Boundaries in Mark 7:1-37 11 (Apocalyptic) Epistemology in Mark 8:1-26 12 The New Elijah in Mark 8:27-9:13 13 Faith in Mark 9:14-29 14 Cruciform Discipleship in Mark 9:30-50 15 The Law and Divorce in Mark 10:1-31 16 Spiritual Leadership in Mark 10:32-52 17 The Triumphal Entry in Mark 11:1-11 18 The Temple in Mark 11:12-26 19 The Chief Priests and Elders in the Temple/Parable of the Tenants in Mark 11:27-12:12 20* The Sadducees (and Other Jewish Authorities) in Mark 12:13-44 21 The Tribulation in Mark 13:1-23 22 The Return of the Son of Man in Mark 13:24-37 23 The Passover in Mark 14:1-25 24 Lament in Mark 14:26-52 25 Blasphemy in Mark 14:53-72 26 Pontius Pilate in Mark 15:1-20 27 Crucifixion and Burial in Mark 15:21-47 28 Resurrection in Mark 16:1-8 xx Glossary

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Ben C. Blackwell (PhD, University of Durham) is associate professor of early Christianity at Houston Baptist University. He has authored a number of essays and articles related to Historical Theology and the New Testament, including Christosis: Engaging Pauline Soteriology with His Patristic Interpreters. He is currently working on new monograph: Participating in the Righteousness of God: Justification in Pauline Theology. He also served as a co-editor for several volumes: Paul and the Apocalyptic Imagination; Reading Romans in Context: Paul and Second Temple Judaism; and Reading Mark in Context: Jesus and Second Temple Judaism. Jason Maston (PhD, University of Durham) is Lecturer in New Testament at Highland Theological College UHI (UK). He is the author of Divine and Human Agency in Second Temple Judaism and Paul: A Comparative Approach and contributor to and co-editor (with Michael F. Bird) of Earliest Christian History: History, Literature and Theology. Essays from the Tyndale Fellowship in Honor of Martin Hengel.

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