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THE GOSPEL OF MARK [m I to 11 are lost. ] 1 The spirit driveth him out into the wilderness. And lie was there forty days, tempted of Satan ; and was with the wild beasts; and the angels were ministering unto him. 14 And after John was delivered up,1 Jesus came in. v. 15 into Galilee, and was preaching the gospel of God, " " a e ' The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is 16 come: repent ye, and believe las gospel. And as he walked by the shore of the lake of Galilee, lie saw Simon and Andrew his brother easting their net into 17 the sea: for

ܢ ܓ ܐܘ ܣ ܕ THE GOSPEL OF MARK MARK: CHAPTER 1 276 CHAPTER 1 (text of S not preserved until 1:12, while C is not preserved until 16:17) S1.12 . . . the spirit carried him off to the wilderness. S1.13 And he was there forty days, while he was being tempted by Satan, and he was with wild animals and angels ministered to him. S1.14 And after John had been betrayed, Jesus came to Galilee and was preaching the gospel of God, S1.15 That the time was fulfilled and the kingdom of God had arrived. Repent and believe his gospel! S1

79 chapter 6 Th e Gospel of Mark Overview: Th e Gospels of the New Testament are not biographies; they do not have the same interests we have when we pick up a modern biography. Th is chapter introduces what the ancient Gospels are and how to interpret them through a historical- critical lens. Th is means that the events they narrate are not taken at face value as historical. Th e Gospel of Mark illus- trates how the Gospel writer skillfully craft s a narrative in order to deliver a message. It is a message that emphasizes a suff ering Messiah and the ne

Cong Zhang The Words and F-motifs in the Modern Chinese Versions of the Gospel of Mark Abstract: This paper investigates the words and F-motifs in six modern Chinese versions of the Gospel of Mark from the year 1855 to 2010. We found that the rank-frequency of F-motifs in each text follows the power law. Results of fre- quency comparison displayed that both the types and tokens of the words and F-motifs in all versions increase with the evolution of the Chinese language. Results of length comparison showed that, on the one hand, monosyllabic words

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The Gospel History and Its Transmission

C H A P T E R III THE GOSPEL OF MARK INTERPRETS JESUS The Gospel of Mark introduced a new type of literature, which came to be known as "gospel" literature. The word gospel is not new. Etymologi- cally, it comes from the Anglo-Saxon "godspell" which is the equivalent of the Greek "evangelion" meaning "good tidings," or "good news." The word occurs frequently in the Old Testament, also being used, as a matter of fact, in pagan writings. Ancient inscriptions show that it was used even in a religious sense, in connection with the worship of the em- perors