The Missing Pillow : Mark 4:35-41 cum parallelis

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The Missing Pillow : Mark 4:35-41 cum parallelis. / Rydbeck, Lars.

2009. Paper presented at 64th General Meeting of the Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas : SNTS 2009, Vienna, Austria.

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Harvard

Rydbeck, L 2009, 'The Missing Pillow : Mark 4:35-41 cum parallelis', Paper presented at 64th General Meeting of the Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas : SNTS 2009, Vienna, Austria, 2009/08/04 - 2009/08/08.

APA

Rydbeck, L. (2009). The Missing Pillow : Mark 4:35-41 cum parallelis. Paper presented at 64th General Meeting of the Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas : SNTS 2009, Vienna, Austria.

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Rydbeck L. 2009. The Missing Pillow : Mark 4:35-41 cum parallelis. Paper presented at 64th General Meeting of the Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas : SNTS 2009, Vienna, Austria.

MLA

Rydbeck, Lars The Missing Pillow : Mark 4:35-41 cum parallelis. 64th General Meeting of the Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas : SNTS 2009, 04 Aug 2009, Vienna, Austria, Paper, not in proceeding, 2009. 12 p.

Vancouver

Rydbeck L. The Missing Pillow : Mark 4:35-41 cum parallelis. 2009. Paper presented at 64th General Meeting of the Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas : SNTS 2009, Vienna, Austria.

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Rydbeck, Lars. / The Missing Pillow : Mark 4:35-41 cum parallelis. Paper presented at 64th General Meeting of the Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas : SNTS 2009, Vienna, Austria.12 p.

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TY - CONF

T1 - The Missing Pillow : Mark 4:35-41 cum parallelis

AU - Rydbeck, Lars

N1 - http://www.univie.ac.at/snts2009/snts2009_conference_programme.html

PY - 2009

Y1 - 2009

N2 - Several details in Mark´s narrative of Jesus stilling the storm have disappeared when we turn to Matthew´s and Luke´s telling of the same story. 1.The pillow in the stern on which Jesus rested his head when he fell asleep has been omitted by Mt and Lk. 2.”The other boats” which followed the boat where Jesus and his disciples were voyaging are not mentioned by Mt and Lk. 3.The observation that Jesus embarked ”just as he was” (whatever that can mean) is missing in Mt and Lk. 4.In Mark Jesus regards the storm as a hostile adversary to whom he addresses himself in direct speech (”Be silent and keep your mouth shut”). Mt and Lk only report indirectly what Jesus does (”he gives order to…”). My question is now why Mt and Lk neglected and left out these colourful facts (colourful at least to our modern eyes) from their narratives and what can be deduced from the fact that Mark “remembered” them.

AB - Several details in Mark´s narrative of Jesus stilling the storm have disappeared when we turn to Matthew´s and Luke´s telling of the same story. 1.The pillow in the stern on which Jesus rested his head when he fell asleep has been omitted by Mt and Lk. 2.”The other boats” which followed the boat where Jesus and his disciples were voyaging are not mentioned by Mt and Lk. 3.The observation that Jesus embarked ”just as he was” (whatever that can mean) is missing in Mt and Lk. 4.In Mark Jesus regards the storm as a hostile adversary to whom he addresses himself in direct speech (”Be silent and keep your mouth shut”). Mt and Lk only report indirectly what Jesus does (”he gives order to…”). My question is now why Mt and Lk neglected and left out these colourful facts (colourful at least to our modern eyes) from their narratives and what can be deduced from the fact that Mark “remembered” them.

KW - New Testament

KW - Mark (colorful details)

KW - Narrative technique

M3 - Paper, not in proceeding

T2 - 64th General Meeting of the Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas : SNTS 2009

Y2 - 4 August 2009 through 8 August 2009

ER -