Last updated: March 01,
Lecture 1a. Autobiographical Sketch; course objectives; select bibliography.
43:38 min. 10.6 Mb.
Lecture 1b. Pre-Understanding in Exegesis, Approaching the Text.
42:32 min. 9.7 Mb.Lecture 2a. Historical and Form Criticism. The Sayings of Jesus.
45:19 min. 10.3 Mb.
Lecture 2b. Table Talk: Remarks on Synopses of the Gospels and Bible Study aids.94:37 min. 21.6 Mb.
33:37 min. 7.7 Mb.Lecture 3. What is the Document before us? Language, Author, Style, Priority of Mark.
66:14 min. 15.1 Mb.Lecture 4. Mark 1:1-11. The Beginning Prologue. The word "Gospel". Josephus on John the Baptist. Jewish proselyte baptism
68:29 min. 15.6 Mb.Lecture 4b. Table Talk: Bible Study Resources
34:19 min. 7.9 Mb.Lecture 5. Mark 1:12-13. The Temptation of Christ.
83:53 min. 19.2 Mb.Lecture 6. Mark 1:14-31. Peter's Mother-in-law. Classification of miracles. Healing of the Leper.
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86:00 min. 19.6 Mb.Lecture 7. Mark 2:23-28. Plucking grain. Two Problems: (1) "In the days of Abiathar the High Priest"; (2) "Son of Man is Lord even of the Sabbath". Withered Hand.
Lecture 8. Mark 3:22-27. Collusion with Satan. Treatment of Mark by higher critics. Use of Parables.
Lecture 9. Mark 4:1-20. Parable of the soils. The use of parables to obscure things for the non-elect. Summary of Mark 3:7-6:13.
Lecture 10. Mark 6:32-8:13. Feeding of 5,000; Healing at Genessaret; Syrophoenician Woman; Deaf mute; Feeding of 4,000. Pharisees seek a sign.
76:56 min. 17.6 Mb.Lecture 11. The Son of God, an Exegetical Exercise on the Person of Christ. Exegetical, Biblical, Systematic, Historical, and Homiletical Theology.
84:34 min. 19.3 Mb.
Lecture 12. Mark 8:22-26. The Blind Man at Bethsaida. Five terms for the act of seeing. The Inner Logic of Mark 6:14-8:26.
94:30 min. 21.6 Mb.
Lecture 13a. Mark 10:1ff. The ministry of Christ in Judea. Resumption of his public ministry. Pronouncement stories. The Inner Logic of Mark 8:27-10:52.
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Lecture 13b. Table Talk. Review of reference resources and how to use them.
63:29 min. 14.5 Mb.
Lecture 14a. Mark 11:1-13:37. The Final Ministry in Jerusalem.
52:07 min. 11.9 Mb.
Lecture 14b. Mark 14-15. The Passion Narrative. The Death of Jesus. Words of the Centurion. The Resurrection Narrative.
41:50 min. 9.5 Mb.
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