Matthew and Mark Across Perspectives: Media of Matthew and Mark Across Perspectives (edited by Kristian A. Bendoraitis, Nijay Gupta)
The Library of New Testament Studies 224
Table of Contents
1. Introduction, Kristian A. Bendoraitis, Spring Arbor University, USA
2. How Did Mark Survive? Francis Watson, University of Durham, UK.
3. Paragon of Discipleship? Simon of Cyrene in the Markan Passion Narrative, Helen K. Bond, University of Edinburgh, UK
4. ‘More than a Prophet’: Echoes of Exorcism in Markan and Matthean Baptist Traditions, Daniel Frayer-Griggs, Independent Scholar
5. ‘He Laid Him in a Tomb’ (Mark 15.46): Roman Law and the Burial of Jesus, Craig. A. Evans, Acadia Divinity School, Canada
6. The Newness of the Gospel in Mark and Matthew: Continuity and Discontinuity, Donald A. Hagner, Emeritus, Fuller Theological Seminary, USA
7. Emotions of Protest in Mark 11-13: Responding to an Affective Turn in Social-Scientific Discourse, Louise J. Lawrence, University of Exeter, UK.
8. The Spirituality of Faith in the Gospel of Matthew, Nijay K. Gupta, George Fox Evangelical Seminary, USA
9. Matthew – a Jewish Gospel of Jews and Gentiles – James D.G. Dunn, Emeritus, University of Durham, UK.
10. The ‘Apocalyptic’ Jewish Jesus and Contemporary Interpretation, Loren Stuckenbruck, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Germany