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The Metaphor of Shepherd in the Gospel of Mark

Jogy Cheruvathoor George

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ISBN 10: 3631664478 / ISBN 13: 9783631664476
Published by Peter Gmbh Lang Apr 2015, 2015
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Neuware - This book takes a close look at the theme of the shepherd in the Gospel of Mark and how it relates to different motifs in the narrative. Jesus' seeing the condition of the crowd and his teaching and nourishing the crowd in the wilderness, allude to the shepherding activities of Yahweh in the Old Testament. The motif of nourishment continues, when Jesus extends his care towards the Gentile woman and later to a crowd in a Gentile region. Interestingly, the motif of «way» introduced in the prologue merges with the theme of the shepherd in the epilogue of the narrative, when Jesus leads his disciples, the «scattered sheep», to Galilee. 266 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9783631664476

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Title: The Metaphor of Shepherd in the Gospel of ...

Publisher: Peter Gmbh Lang Apr 2015

Publication Date: 2015

Binding: Taschenbuch

Book Condition:Neu

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This book takes a close look at the &ltI>theme of the shepherd </I>in the Gospel of Mark and how it relates to different motifs in the narrative. Jesus' seeing the condition of the crowd and his &ltI>teaching </I>and &ltI>nourishing </I>the crowd in the wilderness, allude to the shepherding activities of Yahweh in the Old Testament. The motif of &ltI>nourishment </I>continues, when Jesus extends his care towards the Gentile woman and later to a crowd in a Gentile region. Interestingly, the motif of -way- introduced in the prologue merges with the &ltI>theme of the shepherd </I>in the epilogue of the narrative, when Jesus leads his disciples, the -scattered sheep-, to Galilee."

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