Biblical Interpretation in Early Christian Gospels: Vol. 1: The Gospel of Mark
Hatina, Thomas†R., editor
London: T&T Clark, 2006 pp. xii + 204. $140.00
Library of New Testament Studies, 304
Description: This collection of essays is the second volume in a projected series of five volumes that gather together recent research by leading scholars on the narrative function of embedded Jewish scripture texts (quotations or allusions) in early Christian Gospels. While the contributors employ a diverse range of methods, their research is directed towards considering the function of embedded scripture texts in the context of the Gospels as self-contained narratives written and read/heard in their early Christian settings. The essays are arranged according to their appropriate methodological categories.
Subjects: Bible, New Testament, Synoptic Gospels, Mark, Literature, Methods, Historical Approaches, History, History of Interpretation
Review by David du Toit
Citation: David du Toit, review of Thomas R. Hatina, ed., Biblical Interpretation in Early Christian Gospels: Vol. 1: The Gospel of Mark, Review of Biblical Literature [http://www.bookreviews.org] (2008).
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