Mark, Manuscripts, and Monotheism: Essays in Honor of Larry W. Hurtado (#528 in Library Of New Testament Studies Series)
:Mark, Manuscripts, and Monotheism is organized into three parts: Mark's Gospel, Manuscripts and Textual Criticism, and Monotheism and Early Jesus-Devotion. With contributors hailing from several different countries, and including both senior and junior scholars, this volume contains essays penned in...
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:Mark, Manuscripts, and Monotheism is organized into three parts: Mark's Gospel, Manuscripts and Textual Criticism, and Monotheism and Early Jesus-Devotion. With contributors hailing from several different countries, and including both senior and junior scholars, this volume contains essays penned in honor of Larry W. Hurtado by engaging and focusing upon these three major emphases in his scholarship. The result is not only a fitting tribute to one of the most influential New Testament scholars of present times, but also a welcome survey of current scholarship.
Chris Keith (PhD, University of Edinburgh) is professor of New Testament and early Christianity and director of the Centre for the Social-Scientific Study of the Bible at St. Mary's University College, Twickenham. He was a 2010 recipient of the John Templeton Award for Theological Promise for his book "The Pericope Adulterae, the Gospel of John, and the Literacy of Jesus "and was named a 2012 Society of Biblical Literature Regional Scholar. A
- :table Of Contentsintroductioncontributorspart One: Mark's Gospelchapter One: "is It As Bad As All That?": The Misconception Of Mark As A Gospel Film Noir<i>holly J. Carey, Point University, Usa</i>chapter Two: Early Christian Book Culture And The Emergence Of The First Written Gospel<i>chris Keith, St Mary's University, Uk</i>chapter Three: Jesus As God's Chief Agent In Mark's Christology<i>paul Owen, Montreat College, Usa</i>part Two: Manuscripts And Textual Criticismchapter Four: Mark, Manuscripts, And Paragraphs: Sense-unit Divisions In Mark 14-16<i>sean A. Adams, University Of Edinburgh, Uk</i>chapter Five: From "text-critical Methodology" To "manuscripts As Artefacts": A Tribute To Larry W. Hurtado<i>thomas J. Kraus, Independent Scholar</i>chapter Six: Origen's List Of New Testament Books In Hom. Jos. 7.1: A Fresh Look<i>michael J. Kruger, Reformed Theological Seminary, Usa</i>chapter Seven: î45 As Early Christian Artifact: Considering Staurogram And Punctuation In The Manuscript<i>dieter T. Roth, Johannes Gutenberg-universität Mainz, Germany</i>chapter Eight: î45 And Codex W In Mark Revisited<i>tommy Wasserman, Örebro School Of Theology, Sweden</i>part Three: Monotheism And Early Jesus-devotionchapter Nine: Who, What, And Why?: The Worship Of The Firstborn In Hebrews 1:6<i>david M. Allen, The Queen's Foundation For Ecumenical Theological Education, Uk</i>chapter Ten: Devotion To Jesus Christ In Earliest Christianity-an Appraisal And Discussion Of The Work Of Larry Hurtado<i>richard J. Bauckham, University Of St Andrews, Uk And University Of Cambridge, Uk</i>chapter Eleven: Hebrews And Wisdom<i>mary Ann Beavis, University Of Saskatchewan, Canada</i>chapter Twelve, Christology, Martyrdom, And Vindication In The Gospel Of Mark And The Apocalypse: Two New Testament Views<i>paul Middleton, University Of Chester, Uk</i>bibliography