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Resources for the Book of Mark


(Source:http://www.textweek.com/mkjnacts/mark.htm ©1997-2012, Jenee Woodard )

Introductions, Overviews & General Resources:

 

Commentary, Exegesis, Studies, etc.:

Articles and Background:

Recommended articles from ATLAS, an online collection of religion and theology journals, are linked below. ATLAS Access options are available for academic institutions, alumni of selected theological schools, and clergy/church offices.

Reviews:

    1999:

    Broadhead, Edwin K., Naming Jesus, Titular Christology in the Gospel of Mark. Sheffield Academic Press, 1999. Reviews by Brook W.R. Pearson and C. Drew Smith in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Marcus, Joel, Mark 1 – 8: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary. Doubleday, 1999. Review by Robert H. Gundry in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Schildgen, Brenda Deen, Power and Prejudice: The Reception of the Gospel of Mark. (Wayne State University Press, 1999) Review by Walter Wink in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    2000:

    Hanson, James S., The Endangered Promises: Conflict in Mark. Scholars Press, 2000. Review by Sharyn Dowd in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Macdonald, Dennis, The Homeric Epics and the Gospel of Mark. Yale University Press, 2000. Reviews by Ronald F. Hock and Michael Gilmour in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Peterson, Dwight N., The Origins of Mark: The Markan Community in Current Debate. Brill, 2000. Review by Craig A Evans in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    2001:

    Broadhead, Edwin K., Mark. Sheffield Academic Press, 2001. Review by Elizabeth Struthers Malbon in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Decker, Rodney J., Temporal Deixis of the Greek Verb in the Gospel of Mark with Reference to Verbal Aspect. Peter Lang, 2001. Review by Robert Paul Seesengood in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Klumbies, Paul-Gerhard, Der Mythos bei Markus. DeGruyter, 2001. Review by Doublas Geyer in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Labahn, Michael and Andreas Schmidt, eds., Jesus, Mark and Q: The Teaching of Jesus and its Earliest Records. Sheffield Academic Press, 2001. Review by Russell S. Morton in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Levine, Amy-Jill and Marianne Blickenstaff, eds., A Feminist Companion to Mark. Sheffield Academic Press, 2001. Reviews by Stephen W. Felder and Barbara Reid in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Thurston, Bonnie Bowman, Preaching Mark. Fortress, 2001. Review by Kevin W. Larsen in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Witherington, Ben, The Gospel of Mark: A Socio-Rhetorical Commentary. Eerdmans, 2001.

    Review by Scott S. Elliott and Steve Patton in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Review by Hans F. Bayer, Trinity Journal, 2002.

    2002:

    Donahue, John R. and Daniel J. Harrington, The Gospel of Mark. The Liturgical Press, 2002.

    Reviews by Eric Thurman and Erik Heen in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Review by Sharyn Dowd, in The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 2003.

    Edwards, James, The Gospel According to Mark. Eerdmans, 2002. Reviews by Scott S. Elliott and I Brent Driggers in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    France, R.T., The Gospel of Mark. Eerdmans, 2002.

    Reviews by Albert L Lukaszewski and Steve Patton at SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Review by Joel F Williams, Trinity Journal, 2003.

    Hatina, Thomas R., In Search of a Context: The Function of Scripture in Mark’s Narrative. Sheffield Academic Press, 2002.

    Review by Kenneth D. Litwak in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Review by Robert Herron, Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society.

    Malbon, Elizabeth Struthers, Hearing Mark: A Listener’s Guide. Trinity Press International, 2002. Review by Tat-siong Liew in The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 2003.

    Moeser, Marion C., The Anecdote in Mark, the Classical World and the Rabbis. Sheffield Academic Press, 2002. Review by Douglas Geyer in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Moloney, Francis J., The Gospel of Mark: A Commentary. Hendrickson, 2002.

    Review by Kevin W Larsen in The Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 2004.

    Review by Heike Omerzu in Review of Biblical Literature, 2006.

    Review by Graydon F. Snyder, Currents in Theology and Mission, 2005.

    Neville, David J., Mark’s Gospel – Prior or Posterior: A Reappraisal of the Phenomenon of Order. Sheffield Academic Press, 2002. Review by Suzanna Watts Henderson in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Peabody, David B., Lamar Cope and Allan J. Mcnicol, eds., One Gospel from Two: Mark’s Use of Matthew and Luke: A Demonstration by the Research Team of the International Institute for Gospel Studies. Trinity Press International, 2002. Reviews by Ronald R. Clark and J. Samuel Subramanian in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Sabin, Marie Noonan, Reopening the Word: Reading Mark as Theology in the Context of Early Judaism. Oxford University Press, 2002.

    Review by Karen A Barta in The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 2004.

    Review by Gregg S Morrison, Review of Biblical Literature.

    Vines, Michael E., The Problem of Markan Genre: The Gospel of Mark and the Jewish Novel. Society of Biblical Literature, 2002. Review by Douglas Geyer in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    2003:

    Croy, N. Clayton, The Mutilation of Mark’s Gospel. Abingdon, 2003.

    Review by Graydon F. Snyder in Currents in Theology and Mission.

    Review by Lincoln Blumell in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Dart, John, Decoding Mark. Trinity Press International, 2003. Reviews by Lincoln Blumell and Mark Schuler at SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Incigneri, Brian J., The Gospel to the Romans: The Setting and Rhetoric of Mark’s Gospel. Brill, 2003. Reviewsby Dwight N Peterson, Michael Bird, and Zeba Crook, Review of Biblical Literature.

    Shiner, Whitney, Proclaiming the Gospel: First-Century Performance of Mark. Trinity Press International, 2003. Review by Gregg Morrison, Review of Biblical Literature, 2005.

    2004:

    Burkett, Delber, Rethinking the Gospel Sources: From Proto-Mark to Mark. T & T Clark, 2004. Reviews by Douglas Geyer and David Peabody in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Bolt, Peter G., The Cross from a Distance: Atonement in Mark’s Gospel, Intervarsity Press, 2004. Review by Elliott Maloney, Review of Biblical Literature, 2006.

    Bolt, Peter G., Jesus’ Defeat of Death: Persuading Mark’s Early Readers. Cambridge University Press, 2004. Review by William Campbell, Review of Biblical Literature, 2006.

    Crossley, James G., The Date of Mark’s Gospel: Insight from the Law in Earliest Christianity. T&T Clark, 2004. Reviews by David DuToit and John Painter, Review of Biblical Literature, 2006.

    Focant, Camille, L’évangile selon Marc. Cerf, 2004. Review by Sean Kealy in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Levine, Amy-Jill, ed., A Feminist Companion to Mark. Pilgrim, 2004. Review by Heike Omerzu in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Maloney, Elliott C., Jesus’ Urgent Message for Today: The Kingdom of God in Mark’s Gospel. Continuum, 2004.

    Review by Robert Lewis in SBL’s Review of Biblical Literature.

    Review by Frank J. Matera in The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 2004.

    Miller, Susan, Women in Mark’s Gospel. T&T Clark, 2004. Review by Betsy Bauman-Martin, Review of Biblical Literature, 2005.

    Moloney, Francis J., Mark: Storyteller, Interpreter, Evangelist. Hendrickson, 2004. Reviews by William Campbell and Heike Omerzu, Review of Biblical Literature, 2006.

    Rhoads, David, Reading Mark, Engaging the Gospel. Fortress, 2004.

    Reviewsby Ira Driggers, Joseph Verheyden and Sean Kealy, Review of Biblical Literature, 2005.

    Review by Barbara E. Reid, Currents in Theology and Mission, 2005.

    Roskam, Hendrika N., The Purpose of the Gospel of Mark in Its Historical and Social Context. Brill, 2004. Review by Zeba Crook, Review of Biblical Literature, 2006.

    2005:

    Sabin, Marie. The Gospel According to Mark. Liturgical Press, 2005. Review by Pieter J.J. Botha, Review of Biblical Literature, 2007.

    2006:

    Boring, M. Eugene, Mark: A Commentary. Westminster John Knox, 2006. Review by Darrell L. Bock, Review of Biblical Literature, 2007.

    Foley, John Miles, Performing the Gospel: Orality, Memory and Mark: Essays Dedicated to Werner Kelber. Fortress, 2006. Review by Alan Kirk, Review of Biblical Literature, 2006.

    Hatina, Thomas R., ed., Biblical Interpretation in Early Christian Gospels: Vol 1: The Gospel of Mark. T&T Clark, 2006. Review by David du Toit, Review of Biblical Literature, 2008.

    Henderson, Suzanne Watts, Christology and Discipleship in the Gospel of Mark. Cambridge University Press, 2006. Review by W.R. Telford, Review of Biblical Literature, 2008.

    Patella, Michael, Lord of the Cosmos: Mithras, Paul, and the Gospel of Mark. T&T Clark, 2006. Review by James G. Crossley, Review of Biblical Literature, 2007.

    VanOyen, Geert and Tom Shepherd, eds., The Trial and Death of Jesus: Essays on the Passion Narrative in Mark. Peeters, 2006. Review by Adam D. Winn, Review of Biblical Literature, 2008.

    2007:

    Collins, Adela Yarbro, Mark: A Commentary. Fortress, 2007. Review by Edwin Broadhead, Review of Biblical Literature, 2008.

    Driggers, Ira Brent, Following God through Mark: Theological Tension in the Second Gospel. Westminster John Knox, 2007. Review by Elliott Maloney, Review of Biblical Literature, 2008.

    Fullmer, Paul M., Resurrection in mark’s Literary-Historical Perspective. T&T Clark, 2007. Review by John Dart, Review of Biblical Literature, 1008.

    Kenney, Garrett C., Mark’s Gospel: Lectures and Lessons. University Press of America, 2007. Review by Tom Shepherd, Review of Biblical Literature, 2007.

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