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The Problem of History in Saint Mark (Study in Bible Theology)

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Paperback, 96 pages
Published 1957 by SCM Press
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Richard Brand
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This study in Biblical Theology, No. 21 is a well done commentary on the Gospel of Mark. Robinson makes the strong case that Mark sees Jesus as the act of God to push forward the battle in history between good and evil. That the battle is not just the conflict between Roman and Jews, or bankers and land owners. There is a spiritual aspect to the struggle and it is not just a spiritual battle in the abstract. It is Jesus in history as the agent of God to engage in this battle with the powers and ...more
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James McConkey Robinson (born June 30, 1924) is Professor Emeritus of Religion, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, California. He is a member of the Jesus Seminar and arguably the most prominent Q and Nag Hammadi library scholar of the 20th century. He is also a major contributor to The International Q Project, acting as an editor for most of their publications. Particularly, he laid the gr ...more
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