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"Say to This Mountain": Mark's Story of Discipleship

by Marie Dennis

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This is a great popular level remix of Myers' classic work "Binding the Strong Man: A Political Reading of Mark's Story of Jesus" with a more devotional flavor to it. It was designed with the thought that it could be used in a small group setting. Myers' works on the gospel of Mark are quite literally a radical re-visioning (or to use a Markan motif "to see again") of this incredibly well loved story. His commentary and socio-literary-historical insight helps one to see Mark from its first century social location and provides the reader with numerous "a-ha" moments. While I may not agree with all of Myers conclusions, I highly commend his studies for those who want to think seriously (especially if one wishes to engage in the work of social justice/transformation) what discipleship might mean in the 21st century. ( )
  adamtarn | May 2, 2009 |
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