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The gospels and Homer : imitations of Greek epic in Mark and Luke-Acts / Dennis R. MacDonald.

MacDonald, Dennis Ronald, 1946- (författare)
ISBN 978-1-4422-3052-1
Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, [2015]
Engelska xiv, 425 pages
Serie: The New Testament and Greek literature ; volume I
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  • Machine generated contents note: Mark and Homer -- Mimetic Composition in the Roman Empire -- Mimesis Criticism -- In Defense of Mimesis Criticism -- Bible or Homer? -- Cultural Limitations of Intended Readers -- Mark's Mimetic Markers -- History of Interpretation -- Mark's Mimetic Motivation -- Mark's Sequence of Homeric Imitations -- About This Book -- Introduction -- Iliad 2.1-335. Agamemnon's Dream and the Portent at Aulis -- Cornelius's Vision (Acts 10:1-8) -- Peter's Vision of Unclean Animals (Acts 10:9-23) -- Cornelius Reports His Vision (Acts 10:24-33) -- Peter Reports to the Church at Jerusalem (Acts 11:4-18) -- Iliad 5.302-515. Apollo Heals Aeneas -- The Healing of Aeneas (Acts 9:32-35) -- Iliad 6.242-265. Hector Refuses Wine to Numb His Pain -- Jesus Refuses Wine Mixed with Myrrh (Mark 15:22-23) -- Iliad 6.266-502. Hector's Farewell to Andromache -- Symeon's Prayer for Baby Jesus (Luke 2:28-35) -- Paul's Farewell to the Elders (Acts 20:18-38) -- Paul's Farewell to the Tyrians and Caesareans (Acts 21:4-14) -- Iliad 7.123-183. Casting Lots for a Challenger to Hector -- Judas's Death and Casting Lots for Matthias (Acts 1:12-26) -- Iliad 9.1-174. The Embassy to Achilles -- The Council at Jerusalem (Acts 15:1-35) -- Iliad 16.433-683. The Death of Sarpedon and Glaucus's Wound -- Jairus's Daughter and the Hemorrhaging Woman (Mark 5:21-43) -- Iliad 18.95-121. The Courage of Achilles -- Jesus Predicts His Death and Resurrection (Mark 8:31, 9:30-31, and 10:32b-34) -- Jesus Goes to Jerusalem Despite Certain Death (Luke 9:51 and 13:31-33) -- Iliad 18.205-227. Achilles Takes on the Trojan Army -- Stephen Takes on the Sanhedrin (Acts 6:8-7:60) -- Iliad 21.139-210. Achilles' Aristeia -- The Defeat of the Seven Sons of Scevas (Acts 19:13-20) -- Iliad 22.33-65. Priam's Plea -- Jesus Weeps for the Fall of Jerusalem (Luke 19:39-44) -- Iliad 22.79-89. Hecuba's Plea -- The Daughters of Jerusalem (Luke 23:26-31) -- Excursus 1: Jesus' Death in Pre-Markan Tradition -- Iliad 22.90-288. Achilles and Hector Face Off -- Taunts at the Cross (Mark 15:29-32) -- Iliad 22.289-363. The Death of Hector -- The Death of Jesus (Mark 15:33-38) -- Iliad 22.364-404. Achilles' Gloat -- The Centurion's Gloat (Mark 15:39) -- Iliad 22.405-515. The Weeping of the Trojan Women -- Women Watching from Afar (Mark 15:40-41) -- Iliad 24.169-442. Hermes' Flight to Priam -- Jesus Walks on Water (Mark 6:45-52) -- Iliad 24.443-801. The Rescue of Hector's Corpse -- The Rescue of Jesus' Body (Mark 15:42-16:1) -- Stunned Guards and an Opened Tomb (Matt 28:2-14) -- Philip and the Ethiopian Eunuch (Acts 8:26-40) -- Peter's Escape from Agrippa (Acts 12:1-17) -- Excursus 2: The Death and Burial of Jesus and Byzantine Imitations of the Iliad -- Introduction -- Odyssey 1.1-10. The Invoking of the Muse -- Invocation of a Prophet (Mark 1:1-3) -- Odyssey 1.11-324. The Empowerment of Telemachus -- The Holy Spirit Comes to Jesus (Mark 1:9-11) -- Odyssey 1.335-420. Telemachus's Boldness -- Jesus' Authoritative Speech (Mark 1:14-15 and 21-27) -- Odyssey 2.1-128. Telemachus's Case against the Suitors and Penelope's Loom -- Dorcas the Weaver (Acts 9:36-42) -- Odyssey 2.143-259. Telemachus's Rejection by His Neighbors -- Jesus Confronts His Neighbors (Luke 4:14-36) -- Odyssey 2.260-387. Athena Acquires a Ship and a Crew -- Jesus Calls Fishermen (Mark 1:16-20) -- Odyssey 2.427-3.124. The Feast of Nestor -- Jesus Feeds Five Thousand (Mark 6:30-44) -- Jesus Disembarks to a Warm Reception (Mark 6:53-56) -- Odyssey 3.125-378. Nestor's We-Voyage from the Troad -- Dispute between Paul and Barnabas (Acts 15:36-41) -- Paul's We-Voyage to Miletus (Acts 20:13-15) -- Odyssey 3.464-468. The Bath of Polycaste -- The Repenting Woman (Luke 7:36-50) -- Odyssey 4.1-144. The Feast of Menelaus -- Jesus Feeds Four Thousand (Mark 8:1-9) -- Odyssey 4.83-85 and 489-586. Menelaus's We-Voyage from the Troad -- Paul's We-Voyage to Tyre (Acts 21:1-3) -- Odyssey 4.557-847. The Suitor's Plot to Kill Telemachus -- The Plot to Kill Jesus (Mark 3:6) -- Odyssey 5.1-255. Odysseus the Carpenter -- Jesus the Carpenter (Mark 6:1-6) -- Odyssey 5.268-473. Odysseus's Shipwreck -- Paul's Shipwreck (Acts 27:1-44) -- Odyssey 6.1-247. Nausicaa's Discovery at the Shore -- The Barbarians' Discovery at the Shore (Acts 28:1-6) -- Odyssey 6.251-7.328. Odysseus's Untriumphal Entry into the City of the Phaeacians -- Jesus Enters Jerusalem (Mark 11:1-14) -- Odyssey 8.1-385. Hephaestus, the Lame Sinner -- The Sinful Paralytic (Mark 2:1-12) -- Odyssey 8.454-555. Odysseus's Praise of Demodocus -- The Blind Man at Bethsaida (Mark 8:22-26) -- Odyssey 9.1-61. Odysseus's We-Voyage from the Troad -- Paul's First We-Voyage (Acts 16:9-12) -- Excursus 3: The We-Voyages and the Authorship of Luke-Acts -- Odyssey 9.62-107. Lotus-Eaters -- The Disciples as Foolish Companions (Mark 8:13-21) -- Odyssey 9.105-566. Polyphemus the Cyclops -- The Stone at Jesus' Tomb (Mark 15:46-16:4) -- Odyssey 10.1-77. The God of Winds -- Jesus Awakes in a Storm (Mark 4:35-41) -- Odyssey 10.76-136. Laestrygonian Cannibals -- No Sign for This Generation (Mark 8:10-12) -- The Water Carrier (Mark 14:12-17) -- Odyssey 10.135-465. Circe -- The Demoniac in the Tombs (Mark 5:1-20) -- Odyssey 10.466-551. The Last Supper with Circe -- Gethsemane (Mark 14:32-42) -- Odyssey 10.552-574. The Death of Elpenor -- The Naked Young Man (Mark 14:50-52) -- Eutychus's Death and Revival (Acts 20:7-12) -- Odyssey 11.1-151. Elpenor and Tiresias -- Bartimaeus, the Blind Seer (Mark 10:46-52) -- Odyssey 11.152-224. Anticleia -- The Flesh and Bones of the Risen Jesus (Luke 24:36-43) -- Odyssey 11.298-304. Dioscuri -- The Request of the Boanerges (Mark 3:13-17 and 10:35-40) -- Calling Fire from the Sky (Luke 9:51-56) -- Odyssey 11.385-464. Agamemnon -- The Beheading of John the Baptist (Mark 6:14-29) -- Odyssey 11.465-590. Achilles and Tantalus -- Excursus 4: Er's Visit to the Netherworld -- The Rich Man's Torments (Luke 16:19-31) -- Odyssey 12.1-15. The Burial of Elpenor -- The Young Man at the Tomb (Mark 16:5-8) -- Excursus 5: The Ending of Mark's Gospel and the Jewish War -- Odyssey 12.16-305. Eurylochus's Protest and Vow -- Peter's Protest (Mark 8:31-33) -- Jesus' Disciples Sleep as He Prays (Mark 14:27-31) -- Odyssey 12.333-419. Disaster at Thrinacia -- Peter's Vow (Mark 14:32-41) -- Peter's Broken Vow (Mark 14:66-15:1) -- Odyssey 13.1-115. The Gifts of the Phaeacians -- The Gifts of the Maltese (Acts 28:7-11) -- Odyssey 13.306-406. Odysseus's Secret Identity -- Jesus' Secret Identity (Mark 1:22-34) -- Odyssey 15.403-484. Eumaeus's Nurse -- The Syrophoenician Woman (Mark 7:24-30) -- Odyssey 16.172-303. Odysseus's Transfiguration -- Jesus' Transfiguration (Mark 9:2-13) -- Paul and Barnabas Mistaken for Gods (Acts 14:8-18) -- Excursus 6: Euripides' Madness of Heracles -- The Frothing Demoniac (Mark 9:14-29) -- Odyssey 16.363-417. The Plan of the Murderous Suitors -- The Murderous Vinedressers (Mark 12:1-9) -- Jesus' Enemies Fear the Crowd (Mark 14:1-2) -- Gamaliel's Speech (Acts 5:33-42) -- Odyssey 17.1-260. Odysseus's Traitorous Slave -- Judas Iscariot (Mark 3:19) -- Odyssey 17.263-373. Odysseus's Faithful Old Dog -- Symeon's Dying Wish (Luke 2:25-30) -- Odyssey 17.374-387. Odysseus in Disguise among the Dining Suitors -- Jesus Eats with the Pharisees (Luke 7:36-50, 11:37-54, and 14:1-24) -- Excursus 7: Euripides' Phoenissae -- The Greedy Brothers (Luke 12:13-21) -- Odyssey 17.453-497 and 20.172-184. Odysseus's Silence -- Jesus' Silence (Mark 14:60-62 and 15:2-5) -- Odyssey 17.534-547. Penelope's Curse -- The Widow's Penny (Mark 12:40 44) -- Odyssey 18.1-123. Irus the Beggar -- Jesus' Anger at the Leper (Mark 1:40-45) -- Jesus or Barabbas? (Mark 15:7-20a) -- Jesus Heals a Man with Dropsy (Luke 14:1-6) -- Odyssey 19.35-271. Penelope's Request for Signs -- The Disciples' Request for the Sign of the End (Mark 13:1-4) -- Odyssey 19.296-319. Odysseus the Prophet -- Jesus the Prophet (Mark 13:24-26) -- The Prophetic Fig Tree (Mark 13:28-37) -- Odyssey 19.320-505. Eurycleia's Recognition -- Peter Recognizes the Messiah (Mark 8:27-30) -- The Anointing Woman (Mark 14:3-9) -- Resentment at the Hospitality of the Anointing Woman (Mark 14:4-7) -- Odyssey 22.1-86. The Slaying of the Suitors -- Jesus Ousts Thieves from the Temple (Mark 11:15-18) -- Jesus Reveals His Identity to His Enemies (Mark 14:61-64) -- Odyssey 22.135-477. The Punishment of Melanthius -- The Hacking of the Slave's Ear (Mark 14:43-49) -- Odyssey 24.205-361. Laertes Recognizes His Son by His Scar -- Recognitions of the Risen Jesus (Luke 24:13-32) -- Odyssey 24.362-411. Odysseus Reveals His Identity to Laertes' Slaves -- Jesus Reveals His Identity to the Eleven (Luke 24:33-43).

Ämnesord

Greek literature  -- Relation to the New Testament. (LCSH)
Extra-canonical parallels.  (fast)
Greek literature  -- Relation to the New Testament. (fast)
Intertextualitet  (sao)
Intertextuality  (LCSH)

Genre

Analys och tolkning  (saogf)
Criticism, interpretation, etc.  (fast)

Namn/titel

Homer.: Iliad. 
Homer.: Odyssey. 
Homeros, 700-talet f.Kr.: Iliaden. Engelska
Homeros, 700-talet f.Kr.: Odysséen 

Titel

Bible. Mark -- Extra-canonical parallels.
Bible. Luke -- Extra-canonical parallels.
Bible. Acts -- Extra-canonical parallels.
Bible. Mark -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bible. Luke -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bible. Acts -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bibeln. Apostlagärningarna
Bibeln. Lukasevangeliet
Bibeln. Markusevangeliet
Iliad (Homer)
Odyssey (Homer)
Markusevangelium
Lukanisches Doppelwerk

Klassifikation

BS2585.52 (LCC)
226.3/066 (DDC)
Ccbab (kssb/8 (machine generated))
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