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The Confession of Jesus and the Curses of Peter

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Joel Marcus has recently revived the view that the longer reading of Jesus’ words in Mark 14:62 (σ επας τι γ εµι) is original, for the shorter reading (γ εµι) threatens Markan priority, given Jesus’ enigmatic, ambivalent response in Matt 26:64 (σ επας). Marcus and all other commentators have conducted the debate on traditional text-critical and redaction-critical grounds. Employing a disciplined and historical approach to narrative criticism, this article (1) contends on narrative and Christological grounds that the shorter reading of Jesus’ words in Mark 14:62 is original; and (2) explores how narrative criticism contributes to textual criticism.

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2011-01-01
2015-02-02

Affiliations: 1: Bismarck

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