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Kelber's Itinerary of the Sea Crossing movement (Mark 4:35-8:21)

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  • Ted Blakley
    In chapter three of his book, The Kingdom in Mark, Werner Kelber details the movements of Jesus and his disciples in the Sea Crossing section (Mark 4:35-8:21).
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 7, 2006
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      In chapter three of his book, The Kingdom in Mark, Werner Kelber details the
      movements of Jesus and his disciples in the Sea Crossing section (Mark
      4:35-8:21). Kelber's itinerary of the sea crossings is determined solely by
      Mark's use of EIS TO PERAN and DIAPERAW, independent of other narrative
      markers in the text. Elizabeth Struthers Malbon critiques Kelber's itinerary
      in "The Jesus of Mark and the Sea of Galilee" and offers a better approach
      to determing the movements of Jesus and his disciples in this section. Most
      of the itineraries that I have come across agree with Malbon's itinerary.
      Does anyone, however, know of any commentators/scholars whose itinerary
      matches Kelber's?

      Sincerely,
      J. Ted Blakley

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      Ph.D. Candidate -- New Testament, The Gospel of Mark
      University of St Andrews, Scotland, UK

      Email 1: jtb1@...
      Email 2: jtedblakley@...

      Online CV: www.blakleycreative.com/jtb
      Hebrew 2 Hub: www.blakleycreative.com/jtb/Hebrew.htm
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