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This bibliography section presents the list of reference books and articles that occur in the book titled Mark's Memory Resources and the Controversy Stories (Mark 2:1-3:6). The book makes an attempt to apply the frame theory from cognitive linguistics, a linguistic theory which the meaning of a word, phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph and a thematic unit can only be properly understood against the background of a particular body of knowledge and assumptions. It employs the frame theory as a methodology is because of the belief that the theory may lead us to a better position to see the ways in which such an ancient text as the Gospel of Mark may have been communicated.

Keywords:Gospel; linguistic theory; Mark 2:1-3:6



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