Additions to Mark

Cleaned up the Mark: Books and Articles page; removed dead links. Divided it into two: Books and Pages (new), and Articles. Added content:

A. Books and Dissertations

Friedrich Blass, Philology of the Gospels. (New York: Macmillan, 1898).

Bennett Harvie Branscomb, The Gospel of Mark. (New York: Harper and Brothers, 1937).

Scott Gregory Brown, The More Spiritual Gospel: Markan Literary Techniques in the Longer Gospel of Mark. PhD diss. University of Toronto, 1999.

John Arthur Cohen, The Character and Role of Jesus in the Gospel of Mark: A Reader Response Perspective.  MA diss. University of South Australia, 2002.

Robert Allen Derrenbacker, Ancient Compositional Practices and the Synoptic Problem. PhD diss. University of St. Michael’s College, 2001.

Ezra P. Gould, A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Gospel According to St. Mark. (The International Critical Commentary on the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments.) (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1896).

Brian Incigneri, My God, My God, Why Have You Abandoned Me? The Setting and Rhetoric of Mark’s Gospel. PhD diss. Australian Catholic University, 2001.

Sug-Ho Lee, Unbelief as a Theme in Mark’s Gospel. PhD diss. University of Pretoria, 2006.

G. F. MacLear, The Gospel According to St. Mark. (The Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges.) (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1890).

Jongyoon Moon, Mark as Contributive Amanuensis of 1 Peter? An Inquiry into Mark’s Involvement in Light of First-Century Letter Writing. (New Testament.) PhD diss. University of Pretoria, 2008.

Neil Ronald Parker, The Marcan Portrayal of the Jewish Unbeliever as a Function of the Marcan References to the Jewish Bible: The Hermeneutical Basis of a Theological Construct. PhD diss. Emmanuel College and Toronto School of Theology, 1998.

Adolf Schlatter, Die Evangelien Nach Markus Und Lukas: Ausgelegt Für Bibelleser. (Erläuterungen Zum Neuen Testament 2.) (Berlin: Evangelische Verlagsanstalt, 1952).

Henry Barclay Swete, The Gospel According to St Mark: The Greek Text, with Introduction, Notes and Indices. (3rd ed.) (London: MacMillan, 1913).

Henry Wansbrough, “Introduction to Mark.” (n.d.)

William Bede Waterford, Hearing and Reading Biblical Texts: A Study of Difference: Mark 6:30 – 8:27a. PhD diss. Griffith University, 2004.

G. Wohlenberg, Das Evangelium des Markus. (2. Aufl.) (Kommentar Zum Neuen Testament 2.) (Leipzig: A. Deichert, 1910).  [German]

B. Articles

Paul J. Achtemeier, Joel B. Green & Marianne Meye Thompson, “The Gospel According to Mark”. In. Introducing the New Testament: Its Literature and Theology. (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2001). pp 123-148.

Edward Adams, “The Coming of the Son of Man in Mark’s Gospel”. Tyndale Bulletin 56.2 (2005): 39-61.

Christian-B. Amphoux, “Quelques Remarques Sur La Formation, Le Genre Litteraire Et La Composition De L’évangile De Marc”. Filología Neotestamentaria 10.(1997): 3-16.

James L. Bailey, “Experiencing the Kingdom as a Little Child: A Rereading of Mark 10:13-16”. Word & World 15.1 (1995): 58-67.

Jon Nelson Bailey, “Vowing Away the Fifth Commandment  (Matthew 15:3-6 / Mark 7:9-13)”. Restoration Quarterly 42.(2000): 193-209.

Andreas Bedenbender, “Wenn Der Sturm Sich Legt Und Der Schrecken Bleibt: Beobachtungen Zu Mk 4,35–5,1.” (2006)

Paul S. Berge, “The Beginning of the Good News: The Epiphany Gospels in Mark and John”. Word & World 17.1 (1997): 94-101.

Peter G. Bolt, “What Were the Sadducees Reading? An Enquiry into the Literary Background of Mark 12:19-23”. Tyndale Bulletin 45.2 (1994): 369-394.

Peter G. Bolt, “Mark 16:1-8: The Empty Tomb of a Hero?” Tyndale Bulletin 47.1 (1996): 27-37.

Thomas Breuer, “‘Eine Sehr Eigenartige Geschichte’: Jesus Verflucht Einen Feigenbaum (Mk 11,12-14.20-25).” Theophil (2002).  [German]

Linda McKinnish Bridges, “The Portrait of Jesus in Mark”. In The Church’s Portraits of Jesus.  (Macon: Smyth & Helwys, 1997). pp 19-38.

Kent Brower, “‘We Are Able: Cross-Bearing Discipleship and the Way of the Lord in Mark” (Paper at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Wesleyan Theological Society).

Carsten Burfeind, “‘Wer Nicht Für Uns Ist, Ist Gegen Uns’: Geflügeltes Bei Bush, Matthäus, Markus, Lukas Und Cicero”. In: Ricarda Dill, Stephan Reimers & Christoph Thiele (eds). Im Dienste Der Sache. Liber Amicorum Für Joachim Gaertner. (Schriften Zum Staatskirchenrecht 8.). (Münster: Peter Lang, 2003). pp 95-102.  [German]

Alan H. Cadwallader, “When a Woman Is a Dog: Ancient and Modern Ethology Meet the Syrophoenician Women”. The Bible and Critical Theory 1.4 (2005).

Mary Rose D’Angelo, “Images of Jesus and the Christian Vocation in the Gospels of Mark and Matthew”. Spirituality Today 36.3 (1984): 220-235.

Henk Jan De Jonge, “The Sayings on Confessing and Denying Jesus in Q 12:8-9 and Mark 8:38”. In: William L. Petersen, J. S. Vos & H. J. de Jonge (eds). Sayings of Jesus: Canonical and Non-Canonical: Essays in Honour of Tjitze Baarda. (Leiden: Brill, 1997). pp 105-121.

Henk Jan De Jonge, “Joden Tegen Marcaanse Christenen in Galilea Kort Na 70”. In: J. Frishman, K. D. Jenner & G. A. Wiegers (eds). Godsdienstvrijheid En De Religieuze Identiteit Van Joden, Christenen En Moslims. Verwachting En Realiteit. (Kampen: Kok, 2000). pp 64-88.  [Dutch]

Henk Jan De Jonge, “De Markaanse Gemeente”. In: J Delobel, H J de Jonge, M J J Menken & H. W. M. Van de Sandt (eds). Vroegchristelijke Gemeenten Tussen Werkelijkheid En Ideaal. (Kampen: Kok, 2001). pp 84-99.  [Dutch]

Henk Jan De Jonge, “The Cleansing of the Temple in Mark 11:15 and Zechariah 14:21”. In: C. M. Tuckett (ed). The Book of Zechariah and Its Influence. (Burlington: Ashgate, 2003). pp 87-100.

Joanna Dewey, “‘Let Them Renounce Themselves and Take up Their Cross’: A Feminist Reading of Mark 8:34 in Mark’s Social and Narrative World”. Biblical Theology Bulletin 34.3 (2004): 98-104.

James D. G. Dunn, “The Messianic Secret in Mark”. Tyndale Bulletin 21.(1970): 92-117.

James Keith Elliott, Christian Amphoux & Jean-Claude Haelewyck, “The Marc Multilingue Project”. Filología Neotestamentaria 15.(2002): 3-17.

Jeffrey B. Gibson, “Mark 3: 1-6 as A “Sign Story”: Solving the Pericope’s Interpretative Difficulties”. Journal of Biblical Studies 3.3 (2003): 21-41.

Mark S. Goodacre, “A Monopoly on Marcan Priority? Fallacies at the Heart of Q”. In: E. H. Lovering (ed). Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 2000. (Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2000). pp 538-622.

Santiago Guijarro, “Healing Stories and Medical Anthropology: A Reading of Mark 10:46-52”. Biblical Theology Bulletin 30.3 (2000).

Santiago Guijarro, “The First Disciples of Jesus in Galilee”. Hervormde Teologiese Studies 63.3 (2007): 885-908.

Anselm C. Hagedorn & Jerome H. Neyrey, “‘It Was out of Envy That They Handed Jesus over’ (Mark 15:10): The Anatomy of Envy and the Gospel of Mark”. Journal for the Study of the New Testament 69.(1998): 15-56.

Thomas R. Hatina, “Who Will See ‘the Kingdom of God Coming with Power’ in Mark 9,1: Protagonists or Antagonists?” Biblica 86.1 (2005): 20-34.

Peter M. Head, “The Gospel of Mark in Codex Sinaiticus: Textual and Reception-Historical Considerations.” TC 13 (2008).

John-Paul Heil, “Jesus with the Wild Animals in Mark 1:13”. Catholic Biblical Quarterly 68.1 (2006): 63-78.

Mike Higton, “Read Mark and Learn”. Journal of Scriptural Reasoning 5.3 (2005).

David M. Hoffeditz & Gary E. Yates, “Femme Fatale Redux: Intertextual Connection to the Elijah/Jezebel Narratives in Mark 6:14–29”. Bulletin for Biblical Research 15.2 (2005): 199-221.

Morna Dorothy Hooker, “[1:1 – 1:45]”. In The Gospel According to St. Mark. (Peabody: Hendrickson, 1993). pp 31-82.

Larry W. Hurtado, “The Gospel of Mark in Recent Study”. Themelios 14.2 (1989): 47-52.

James A. Kelhoffer, “The Witness of Eusebius Ad Marinum and Other Christian Writings to Text-Critical Debates Concerning the Original Conclusion to Mark’s Gospel”. Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der älteren Kirche 92.1-2 (2001): 78-112.

Marie Noel Keller, “Opening Blind Eyes: A Revisioning of Mark 8:22-10:52”. Biblical Theology Bulletin 31.4 (2001): 151-157.

Seong Hee Kim, “Rupturing the Empire: Reading the Poor Widow as a Postcolonial Female Subject (Mark 12:41-44)”. Lectio difficilior 1/2006.(2006).

John S. Kloppenborg, “Evocatio Deorum and the Date of Mark”. Journal of Biblical Literature 124.3 (2005): 419-450.

William L. Lane, “From Historian to Theologian: Milestones in Markan Scholarship”. Review and Expositor 75.4 (1978): 601-617.

Sug-Ho Lee, “An Exegetical-Theological Consideration of the Hardening of the Jewish Religious Leaders’ Hearts in Mark 3:1-6”. Verbum et Ecclesia 27.2 (2006): 596-613.

William Loader, “The Gospel of Mark: An Introduction for Preachers.” [n.d]

William John Lyons, “The Hermeneutics of Fictional Black and Factual Red: The Markan Simon of Cyrene and the Quest for the Historical Jesus”. Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus 4.2 (2006): 139-154.

Bruce J. Malina, “Exegetical Eschatology, the Peasant Present and the Final Discourse Genre: The Case of Mark 13”. Biblical Theology Bulletin 32.2 (2002).

Linda Maloney, “Mark and Mystery”. Currents in Theology and Mission 30.6 (2003): 433-437.

Matthew D. McDill, “A Textual and Structural Analysis of Mark 16:9-20”. Filología Neotestamentaria 17.(2004): 27-44.

Mark McVann, “The ‘Passion’ of John the Baptist and Jesus before Pilate: Mark’s Warnings About Kings and Governors”. Biblical Theology Bulletin 38.4 (2008): 152-157.

Francis J. Moloney, “The Author of Mark in History”. In. Mark: Storyteller, Interpreter, Evangelist. (Peabody: Hendrickson Publishers, 2004). pp 3-18.

Francis J. Moloney, “The Prologue (Mark 1:1-13)”. In. The Gospel of Mark: A Commentary. (Peabody: Hendrickson Publishers, 2002). pp 27-41.

Steve Moyise, “The Wilderness Quotation in Mark 1.2-3”. In: R. S. Sugirtharajah (ed). Wilderness. Essays in Honour of F.W. Young. (London: T&T Clark, 2005). pp 78-87.

Steve Moyise, “Deuteronomy in Mark’s Gospel”. In: Steve Moyise & M. J. J. Menken (eds). Deuteronomy in the New Testament: The New Testament and the Scriptures of Israel. (Library of New Testament Studies 358.). (London: T. & T. Clark, 2007). pp 27-41.

Ched Myers, “Was Jesus a Practitioner of Nonviolence? Reading Mark 1:21-3:19 through Martin Luther King”. Bible in Transmission (Autumn 2005).

Dietmar Neufield, “Jesus’ Eating Transgressions and Social Impropriety in the Gospel of Mark: A Social Scientific Approach”. Biblical Theology Bulletin 30.(2000).

Jerome H. Neyrey, “The Idea of Purity in Mark’s Gospel”. Semeia 35.(1986): 91-128.

Lorenz Oberlinner, “Die Parabel Von Den Weinbergpächtern Mk 12,1 – 12: Ein Beispiel Für Antijüdische Einstellung Der Ersten Christlichen Gemeinden?” In: Klaus Märker (ed). Festschrift Für Weddig Fricke Zum 70. Geburtstag. (Freiburg: Alber, 2000). pp 54-77.  [German]

George Ossom-Batsa, “Bread for the Broken: Pragmatic Meaning of Mark 14:22-25”. Neotestamentica 40.2 (2006): 235-258.

Birger Pearson, “The Secret Gospel of Mark: A 20th Century Forgery”. Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion 4.(2008).

Emerson B. Powery, “Where Are the Quotations? Citation-Less Introductory Formulae in the Gospel of Mark”. Journal of Biblical Studies 4.1 (2004).

Earl Richard, “Jesus, Mark, and the Modern Reader” (H. James Yamauchi S. J. Lecture in Religion, Fall 2000).

Vernon K. Robbins, “Rhetorical Ritual: Apocalyptic Discourse in Mark 13”. In: Greg Carey & L. Gregory Bloomquist (eds). Vision and Persuasion: Rhetorical Dimensions of Apocalyptic Discourse. (St. Louis: Chalice Press, 1999). pp 95-121.

Vernon K. Robbins, “The Intertexture of Apocalyptic Discourse in the Gospel of Mark”. In: Duane F. Watson (ed). The Intertexture of Apocalyptic Discourse in the New Testament. (Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2002). pp 11-44.

Matthew L. Skinner, “Denying Self, Bearing a Cross, and Following Jesus: Unpacking the Imperatives of Mark 8:34”. Word & World 23.3 (2003): 321-331.

Klyne R. Snodgrass, “Recent Research on the Parable of the Wicked Tenants: An Assessment”. Bulletin for Biblical Research 8.(1998): 187-216.

Jeffrey L. Staley, “‘Clothed and in Her Right Mind’: Mark 5:1-20 and Postcolonial Discourse”. In: R. S. Sugirtharajah (ed). Voices from the Margin: Interpreting the Bible in the Third World. (Maryknoll: Orbis, 2006).

Ernest Van Eck, “The Tenants in the Vineyard (Gthom 65/Mark 12:1-12): A Realistic and Social-Scientific Reading”. Hervormde Teologiese Studies 63.3 (2007): 909-936.

Bas M. F. Van Iersel, “The Sun, Moon, and Stars of Mark 13,24-25 in a Greco-Roman Reading”. Biblica 77.1 (1996): 84-92.

Bas M. F. Van Iersel, “Failed Followers in Mark: Mark 13:12 as a Key for the Identification of the Intended Readers”. Catholic Biblical Quarterly 58.2 (1996): 244-263.

Brian J. Vickers, “Mark’s Good News of the Kingdom of God”. Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 8.3 (2004): 12-35.

Herman C. Waetjen, “The Construction of the Way into a Reordering of Power: An Inquiry into the Generic Conception of the Gospel According to Mark”. Journal of Religion and Theology in Namibia 2.(2000): 38-53.

Joel F. Williams, “Discipleship and Minor Characters in Mark’s Gospel”. Bibliotheca Sacra 153.(1996): 332-343.

James V. Zeitz, “Stages of Faith and the Gospel of Mark”. Spirituality Today 35.4 (1984): 322-332.