(PUBBaker)Mark's unique blend of sayings, deeds, and Passion narrative laid the foundation for all future understanding of the Messiah. Watts makes a convincing case that Isaiah's prophecies concerning the hope for a "new exodus" play a prominent role in Mark's thematic arrangement. A major contribution. 496 pages, hardcover.
A groundbreaking contribution to Markan studies.
Rikki E. Watts (Ph.D., University of Cambridge) is associate professor of New Testament at Regent College. Originally published by Mohr (Siebeck), Isaiah's New Exodus in Mark is the seventh title to be released in the Biblical Studies Library Series.
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