By Tom Dykstra
“For over a hundred and fifty years the concept Mark used the Pauline epistles has been ordinary in New testomony study. Now within the paintings of Tom Dykstra, wide-ranging paintings and considerate, the reality of that concept emerges with a readability it by no means had ahead of. the result's to offer a clean feel of the beginning and nature of Mark, of all of the New testomony books, and of the search for history.”
– -Thomas Brodie, Director, Dominican Biblical Institute, writer of ¬ The Birthing of the hot testomony
“Tom Dykstra attracts connections among Paul and the Gospel of Mark which are lovely, superb, and unique, and depart readers with a feeling that the facts merits a greater interpretation than conventional Synoptic versions can o ffer. good argued, effortless to learn, immersed within the suitable present exegetical dialogue, the e-book fascinates, provokes, and encourages to imagine outdoor the box.”
– David Trobisch, writer of the 1st variation of the hot testomony
“In addition to its major concentrate on Mark, this e-book is a lucid advent to early church background, oral culture, the gospels’ style, and the way to appreciate scripture in general.”
– Paul Nadim Tarazi, Professor of bible study, St. Vladimir’s Seminary
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His argument is based on data outside of the gospels: from some passages in Paul's epistles he supposes that the tradition was transmitted orally to Paul and thus was created and transmitted by a community: Christianity began as a religious movement that established its distinctive interior structures by the creation of a ritual and a story ... Paul ... received a tradition of an oral version ... (1 Cor. 23b). The organization of the new communities was accomplished ... by sayings ... transmitted in the oral tradition ...
It began when certain Jewish Christians came to the Gentile communities Paul had established and told Paul's converts that they did in fact need to be circumcised and observe Jewish traditions. Paul vigorously opposed these "J udaizers" and took his case to the Christian leaders who were based in Jerusalem - the "so-called pillars" of the church: James, Peter, and John. He achieved an official agreement there: Paul was in charge of the mission to the Gentiles, and Peter was in charge of the mission to the Jews .
St. Peter: A Tale of Two Missions (Westminster John Knox Press, 1994); Marcus, "Mark, Interpreter of Paul"; Willi Marxsen, Mark the Evangelist: Studies on the Redaction-History of the Gospel (New York: Abingdon, 1968); John Painter, Mark's Gospel: Worlds in Conflict (London: Routledge, 1997); Svarcvik, Mark and Mission. Marcus provides a long list of themes that are identical in Mark and Paul (''Mark, Interpreter of Paul," 475 and Mark 1-8 [New Haven: Yale UP, 2002], 73-4) and his own list of scholars who sit on one or the other side of the fence ("Mark, Interpreter of Paul," 473-4).