2. Why, how and for whom was the Gospel of Mark written?

  • Bauckham, Richard. 1998. “John for Readers of Mark.” In The Gospels for all Christians 147-71. Ed. R. Bauckham. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans.
  • Black, C. Clifton. 1994. Mark: Images of an Apostolic Interpreter. Columbia/Edinburgh: University of South Carolina Press/T&T Clark.
  • Croy, N. Clayton. 2003. The Mutilation of Mark’s Gospel. Nashville: Abingdon Press.
  • Hengel, Martin. 2000. The Four Gospels and the One Gospel of Jesus Christ: An Investigation of the Collection and Origin of the Canonical Gospels. Trans. J. Bowden. London: SCM Press.
  • Hengel, Martin. 2005. “Eye-Witness Memory and the Writing of the Gospels.” In The Written Gospel 70-96. Ed. M. Bockmuehl and D. A. Hagner. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Hooker, Morna D. 2005. “Beginnings and Endings.” In The Written Gospel 184-202. Ed. M. Bockmuehl and D. A. Hagner. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Incigneri, Brian J. 2003. The Gospel to the Romans: The Setting and Rhetoric of Mark’s Gospel. Biblical Interpretation 65. Leiden/Boston: Brill.
  • Iverson, Kelly R. 2007. Gentiles in the Gospel of Mark: ‘Even the Dogs Eat the Children’s Crumbs’. Library of New Testament Studies 339. London: T & T Clark.
  • Marcus, Joel. 1992. “The Jewish War and the Sitz im Leben of Mark.” JBL 111: 441-62.
  • Marcus, Joel. 2000. “Mark–Interpreter of Paul.” New Testament Studies 46, no. 4: 473-87.
  • Telford, William. 1995. Mark. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press.
  • Telford, William. 1999. The Theology of the Gospel of Mark. Cambridge, etc.: Cambridge University Press.
  • Theissen, Gerd. 1992. The Gospels in Context: Social and Political History in the Synoptic Tradition. Trans. L. M. Maloney. Edinburgh: T&T Clark.
  • Vines, Michael E. 2002. The Problem of Markan Genre: The Gospel of Mark and the Jewish Novel. Leiden etc.: Brill.

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