Does Mark's Gospel Have an Outline?
No outline can ever be a substitute for the reading of the Gospel of Mark. At most, it is an attempt to offer guidance about the significant divisions, turning points, interconnections, and developments in the narrative/story. Williams argues in this article for an overall outline or map of Mark’s Gospel. He wants to takes seriously the narrative shape of Mark. He pays close attention to narrative features such as character, setting, and plot. He views Mark's gospel as a historical narrative. He notes the influence of the characterization of Jesus and the narrative settings on the structure.
Source: Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 2006. 21 pages.
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