By C. E. B. Cranfield
The final fifty years have noticeable a shift of emphasis in New testomony scholarship. whilst the duty was once to set up the textual content and to debate the authenticity of the records, linguistic and old issues got here first. Now that this stuff are coming near near a settled country it has develop into attainable, and invaluable, to offer extra recognition to the theological and spiritual content material of the recent testomony. for that reason the hot testomony is re-examined by means of students during this new sequence. each one quantity takes a booklet of the hot testomony and, after an advent on basic issues, is going during the textual content in nice aspect, commenting particularly on theological issues, bearing on the contents to the existence and worship of the early Christian groups. it truly is assumed that scholars have their very own Greek textual content beside the open statement. The textual content on which the observation is predicated is the Kilpatrick-Nestle variation.
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Extra resources for The Gospel according to St Mark: An Introduction and Commentary (Cambridge Greek Testament Commentaries)
On the miracles of Jesus see on i. 31; on the sequel to the Baptism and on the Transfiguration see on i. iof. and the discussion following the note on ix. 8; on the Empty Tomb see on xvi. 6; on the references to angels, Satan and demons see on xvi. 5, i. 13, and i. 23, respectively; on the alleged distortion of some of 1 * In E. T. XLIII (1932), pp. 396-400. S. s. ix (1958), pp. 13-25, 242-52. 18 THE CHARACTER OF THE GOSPEL the teaching ofJesus through the preoccupation of the early Church and of Mark himself with apocalyptic hopes see on xiii; and on the alleged colouring of the material by a theory of messianic secrecy see on i.
55-66; also Black; and Moule, pp. 171-91. 21 THE CHARACTER OF THE GOSPEL s, ore ehverev 6 rjXios in i. 3 2 , drro rod o^Aou KOLT' l&lav in vii. 33, Kar* Ihiav fiovovs i n ix. 2, iaiwira KOL! OVK ancKpLvaro ovhiv in xiv. 61)—though in fairness it should be noted that this is seldom a matter of mere pointless redundancy (as has sometimes been alleged), the second element in Mark's double expressions usually adding something in the way of precision or dramatic effect or emphasis. The Semitic flavour of the Greek of the gospel is unmistakable.
11, gave rise to lively speculation about Elijah in Judaism, and this is reflected in Mk vi. 15, viii. 28, ix. n-13. Three distinct forms of the expectation of Elijah's return may be traced. In Mai. and in Ecclus xlviii. 10 (more clearly in the Hebrew version) and in the view of some Rabbis he is a messianic figure preparing the way for God himself and restoring Israel. According to another view which is more widely spread he is the forerunner not of God but of the Messiah. It is this view that is behind Mk i.
The Gospel according to St Mark: An Introduction and Commentary (Cambridge Greek Testament Commentaries) by C. E. B. Cranfield