MARK 1:1–8:26 Concordia Commentary
Concordia Journal, Fall 2014, volume 40, book review, Gospel Mark, commentary, Codex Vaticanus, penultimate, Koine Greek
Bible Study; Lecture; Sermon Prep
Isagogically, Voelz emphasizes that because a literary approach to the Gospel of Mark takes seriously the story of the narrative as a whole, interpreters ought not feel constrained, as has been and is still the case, to use the text as a “window” to discover matters of history
Scripture References in this Resource (separated by semi-colons)
Mark 1:11; Mark 9:7; Mark 15:39; Mark 5:22–24; Mark 5:35–43; Mark 8:1–26; Mark 14:28; Mark 16:7;
People in this Resource (separated by commas)
"MARK 1:1–8:26 Concordia Commentary By James Voelz,"
Concordia Journal: Vol. 40
, Article 19.
Available at: http://scholar.csl.edu/cj/vol40/iss4/19