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Subject: Bible > Reading.
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Genre: Electronic books.

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  • ISBN: 9781451430943
  • ISBN: 1451430949
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (253 pages).
  • Publisher: Lanham : Fortress Press, 2014.

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Formatted Contents Note: Mark; Contents; Series Foreword; Acknowledgements; Readings from Mark in the Revised Common Lectionary in Order of the Liturgical Calendar, Year B; Readings from Mark in the Revised Common Lectionary in Order of Mark's Narrative; Introduction; Prologue to Mark's Gospel (1:1-15); The Gospel's Promising Beginnings in Galilee (1:16-3:6); The Gospel Mystery Deepens-The Word of Promise in Wider Fields (3:7-6:6a); The Rocky Way-The Word of Promise and The Disciples' Misunderstanding (6:6b-8:26); Gospel Interlude-Revelation on the Way (8:27-9:13).
Teaching and More Misunderstanding on The Way (9:14-10:52)The Gospel in Jerusalem (11:1-12:44); An Apocalyptic Farewell Address (13:1-37); The Passion of Mark's Gospel (14:1-15:47); Epilogue: Mark 16; Appendix: Further Preaching Resources on Mark's Gospel.
Summary: David Schnasa Jacobsen draws together the strengths of two exegetical approaches to the Gospel of Mark in this volume of the Fortress Biblical Preaching Commentaries series. Jacobsen takes a broad thematic approach to the first Gospel, while at the same time giving exegetical and homiletical insights about individual periscopes in their narrative context. By helping preachers and students make connections between the various lections from Mark throughout Year B in their sermons and studies, they and their parishioners will have a deeper appreciation of Mark's unique interpretation of the Christ Event and how that influences their approach to living the Christian faith in today's world. With liturgical sensitivity and exegetical skill, Jacobsen provides a unique preaching resource that will build biblical literacy by assisting both preachers and listeners in understanding Mark's Gospel as narrative-theological whole, not just as a collection of loosely related stories.
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