6. Account for Mark’s portrayal of the Twelve (and other disciples).

  • Best, Ernest. 1986. Disciples and Discipleship: Studies in the Gospel According to Mark. Edinburgh: T&T Clark.
  • Black, C. Clifton. 1989. The Disciples According to Mark: Markan Redaction in Current Debate. Journal for the Study of the New Testament: Supplement Series 27. Sheffield: JSOT Press.
  • Cassidy, Richard J. 2007. Four Times Peter: Portrayals of Peter in the Four Gospels and at Philippi. Collegeville: Liturgical Press.
  • Clarke, Andrew D. 2009. “`Do not Judge who is Worthy and Unworthy’: Clement’s Warning not to Speculate about the Rich Young Man’s Response (Mark 10.17-31).” Journal for the Study of the New Testament 31: 447-68. 
  • Donahue, John R. 1983. The Theology and Setting of Discipleship in the Gospel of Mark. Milwaukee: Marquette University Press.
  • Hanson, James. 1998. “The Disciples in Mark’s Gospel : Beyond the Pastoral/Polemical Debate.” Horizons in Biblical Theology 20: 128-55. 
  • Henderson, Suzanne Watts. 2006. Christology and Discipleship in the Gospel of Mark. Cambridge etc.: Cambridge University Press.
  • 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.
  • Kingsbury, Jack Dean. 1989. Conflict in Mark: Jesus, Authorities, Disciples. Minneapolis: Fortress Press.
  • Malbon, Elizabeth Struthers. 2000. In the Company of Jesus: Characters in Mark’s Gospel. Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press.
  • Tuckett, Christopher M. 2002. “The Disciples and the Messianic Secret in Mark.” In Fair Play: Diversity And Conflicts In Early Christianity. Essays in Honour of Heikki Räisänen 131-50. Ed. I. Dunderberg et al. NovTSup 103. Leiden etc.: E. J. Brill.

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