From: Rick Strelan (rick.strelan@mailbox.uq.edu.au)
Date: Tue Feb 23 1999 - 19:25:39 EST

A number of German scholars in particular detect a poetic structure to Mk
4:35-41 [For example, Pesch I.269 n3]. Assuming they are right, are there
any other narrative episodes in Mark that are also poetic in structure? If
not, why this particular episode? [Even if there are others, the question
still remains: why?]

Thanks in advance for any comments.

Rick Strelan
Studies in Religion
University of Queensland

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