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Published: 2021-01-26

When Hope And Tension Collide: A Proposal For The Outline Of Mark

Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Reformed Injili Internasional
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Through a narrative criticism approach, this article describes how the theme of hope-and-tension form a common thread for the entire Gospel of Mark. Understanding how Mark maintains hope and tension throughout his Gospel will help readers explore Mark's Gospel in a more vivid, integral, and relevant way.


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How to Cite

Ongkowidjojo, H. (2021). When Hope And Tension Collide: A Proposal For The Outline Of Mark . Verbum Christi, 8(1).