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2010 09 Chad Peltier Notes on Black

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Notes on Black 03:23 Main argument is that there are 3 types of Redaction criticism: Type One: The Conservative Position “consonant with church tradition and historical fact, Mark’s theology incorporates a  generally favorable view of the disciples.” (47)  does not preclude the assumption of the Gospel’s linkage with early Christian tradition  or historicity  “traditio-historical veracity and thorough going positive depiction of disciples” (49)  Peter: Persch claims the historicity of Peter’s confession in 8:29 Mark may give implicit testimony to the tradition that by the will of Jesus, Peter had real  importance to the church (48) Schmahl and Stock (48): disciples carry out the words and deeds of Jesus to the post- Easter community  Through Mark’s Christology and the Messianic secret in general, the disciples’  blemishes should be interpreted (49)
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