Guide to the Hebrew Bible in the Gospel of Mark
|Author: ||Parker, Neil R.|
This contextual disclosure of the extensive underlay of canonical Hebrew scripture within the Marcan narrative will promote further exploration of intertextuality within the Bible. It will serve to allow greater appreciation of the pervasive influence of the Hebrew bible on Mark's gospel and will provide prompt access to the nature of his hermeneutics.
"Parker persuasively argues and systematically demonstrates that there is substantial influence of the Hebrew Bible on the New Testament. Organizing the hundreds of references...Parker shows that indeed there is a pervasive influence from all quarters of the Hebrew Bible on Mark's Gospel...This volume will undoubtedly be a resource that will be used for years to come and scholars and laity alike will find here a wealth of material that will surely enhance their work in whatever capacity."
-Dr. Hemchand Gossai
Dir. Religious Studies
Georgia Southern University
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