Corpus ID: 170353408

MARK'S JESUS, DIVINE? A STUDY OF ASPECTS OF MARK'S CHRISTOLOGY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO HEBREW DIVINE WARRIOR TRADITIONS IN MARK, AND IN RELATION TO CONTEMPORARY DEBATES ON PRIMITIVE CHRISTOLOGY.

@inproceedings{Throup2014MARKSJD,
  title={MARK'S JESUS, DIVINE? A STUDY OF ASPECTS OF MARK'S CHRISTOLOGY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO HEBREW DIVINE WARRIOR TRADITIONS IN MARK, AND IN RELATION TO CONTEMPORARY DEBATES ON PRIMITIVE CHRISTOLOGY.},
  author={Marcus Throup},
  year={2014}
}
Within the wider framework of contemporary debates on primitive NT Christology concerning the early Christians’ perception of the divinity of Jesus, this work investigates the influence of Hebrew Divine Warrior Traditions (HDWT) on the Markan sea-miracles (Mark 4.35-41; 6.45-52) and exorcisms (Mark 1.21-28; 5.1-20; 7.24-30; 9.14-29). In a final form, narrative approach to the Markan text, this study seeks to demonstrate that as part of his “high” Christology, Mark draws on the HDWT in such a… Expand