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Spring Wrap-Up: Greek Exegesis of Mark

My term paper for Prof. Adela Collins’ exegetical course on the Gospel of Mark was an extended proposal for the increased application of recent text-critical theories, with their movement beyond basic questions of originality or authenticity of a particular passage, to the gospel’s final verses. The thoughts presented herein are by no means exhaustive or complete, but I hope that they represent a starting point for further discussion.

* The end of the road, or just a fork? A fresh look at Mark 16:8-20

Enjoy!

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