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This glossary section presents the list of definitions of terms that occur in the book titled Mark's Memory Resources and the Controversy Stories (Mark 2:1-3:6). The book expands the role of frame to the understanding and communication of the completed Gospel. It contributes to New Testament studies by providing cognitive linguistic theory, and the semantic field theory as a means of analyzing Mark 2.1-3.6.

Keywords:Gospel; linguistic theory; Mark 2.1-3.6; New Testament



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