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The Gospel according to Mark – Part One Background the identity of the 'author' original audience date of origination historical/cultural context literary structure. THL 107 Session Three. Comparison of the two outlines ( Branick p 63-64, CSB p. 1484):

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    1. The Gospel according to Mark – Part One Background the identity of the 'author' original audience date of origination historical/cultural context literary structure THL 107 Session Three

    2. Comparison of the two outlines (Branick p 63-64, CSB p. 1484): - Branick's emphasis on parenthetical reference to blindness - CSB emphasis on Peter’s confession, passion predictions - progressive revelation/Galilean ministry - “the Way” of the Suffering Son of Man/Journey from Galilee to Jerusalem - Climax in Jerusalem/Death and Resurrection Sea of Galilee Jordan Valley Outline of Mark's Gospel

    3. 'immediately' - frequency of the term - significance of usage Messianic secret - frequency of injunction to tell no one - an element of Mark's theology 'they did not understand' - gradual revelation - inherent misunderstanding - literary device - instructional method Themes in the Gospel of MarkOverview

    4. “kai euthus” - immediately, at once, then, next 11 times in Chapter One verses 10,12,18,20,21,23,28,29,30,42,43 . . . and immediately . . .Urgency in Mark's Gospel

    5. What is to be kept secret? Who is to “tell no one”? Possible reasons for the injunction When does Jesus stop giving this injunction? Relationship to the rest of Mark's narrative The Messianic Secret

    6. 2 healings of a blind man: 8:22-26, 10:46-52 2 commissionings of disciples: 3:13-19, 6:7-13 2 sections showing Gentile faith: 5:1-34, 7:24-37 2 feedings of a multitude: 6:34-44, 8:1-9 3 times Jesus is exasperated: 2:5, 6:5-6, 8:12 2 uses of “did not understand”: 6:51, 9:32 4 times demons recognize Jesus: 1:23, 1:34, 3:11-12, 5:2-7 at least 14 occasions of doubt/incomprehension: 2:6-7, 3:20-22, 4:40-41, 5:31, 6:1-3, 6:37, 7: 15, 17; 8:11, 9:28, 10:2-5, 10:38, 11:18, 11:27-32, 12:10-12 climax of “blindness”: 8:17b-21 “Blindness” in Mark's Gospel

    7. Discipleship in Mark's Gospel trust suffering readiness δεΰτε όπίσω μου(come, follow me)