Christians have long tended to speak about the Gospel of Mark primarily in contrast with the other canonical gospels. This tendency is already evident in the second century. Yet the Gospel of Mark has just as long stood as a text in its own right, with its own distinctive witness to the life and meaning of Jesus of Nazareth. This course aims to assist students in apprehending that distinctive witness and reflect upon its significance for contemporary discourse and practice.
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