Suggested Literature: Studying Mark

  • Hearing the Whole Story by Richard Horsley
  • The Liberated Gospel by Gilbert Bilezikian
  • Sowing the Gospel by Mary Ann Tolbert
  • Mark: An Introduction and Study Guide by Abraham W. Smith
  • Thomas C. Oden, “Jesus Before The Sanhedrin”, in Ancient Christian Commentary On Scripture: Mark, Second. Thomas C. Oden, (Intervarsity Press, 07-08-2005).
  • Smith, S., 1995. A Divine Tragedy: Some Observations on the Dramatic Structure of Mark’s Gospel. Novum Testamentum, 37(3), pp.209-231.
  • Bock, Darrell. 2000. Blasphemy And Exaltation In Judaism, The Charge Against Jesus In Mk. 14:53-65. Michigan: Baker Books.
  • Collins, Adela Yarbro. 2004. “The Charge Of Blasphemy In Mark 14.64”. Journal For The Study Of The New Testament 26 (4): 379-401. doi:10.1177/0142064×0402600401.
  • Stubbs, Shannon. 2011. Jesus’ Claim To Singularity With Yahweh: An Exegetical Study Of “I Am” Sayings In The Synoptic Gospels. Ann Arbor.
  • O’Brien, Kelli S. “The Answer to the High Priest” in The use of Scripture in the Markan Passion Narrative, University of Notre Dame, ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2001.
  • Mark: An Exegetical Commentary by R.C. Sproul (Suggested by @JesseDornfeld)
  • Mark: The Humanity of Christ, by John F. MacArthur
  • Mark, Pillar New Testament Commentary by James R Edwards

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