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The Theological Intentions of Mark's Literary Devices: Markan Intercalations, Frames, Allusionary Repetitions, Narrative Surprises, and Three Types of Mirroring

Dean B. Deppe

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ISBN 10: 1498209882 / ISBN 13: 9781498209885
Published by Wipf & Stock, 2015
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Title: The Theological Intentions of Mark's ...

Publisher: Wipf & Stock

Publication Date: 2015

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

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What sets The Theological Intentions of Mark's Literary Devices apart from other books? What niche does it fill that makes its publication important? This volume will interest all those who value a literary approach to the Gospel of Mark. Dean Deppe introduces some new literary devices in the research of the Gospel of Mark as well as demonstrates the theological intentions of Mark when he employs these literary devices. Deppe argues that Mark employs the literary devices of intercalation, framework, allusionary repetitions, narrative surprises, and three types of mirroring to indicate where he speaks symbolically and metaphorically at two levels. Mark employs these literary devices not just for dramatic tension and irony, but also for theological reasons to apply the Jesus tradition to specific problems in his own day.

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Dean B. Deppe is Professor of New Testament Theology at Calvin Theological Seminary concentrating on the teaching of the gospels and Greek. He is the author of The Sayings of Jesus in the Epistle of James (1989) and All Roads Lead to the Text: Eight Methods of Inquiry into the Bible (2011). You can find his Lexham Greek Clausal Outlines of the New Testament on Logos Bible Software.

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