Examining the character of God as portrayed in Mark's Gospel, Driggers adds a level of complexity to the biblical narrative when he traces how the Lord acts through Jesus and independent of him. He also sheds new light on the consistent and troubling misunderstanding of the disciples. 148 pages, softcover from Westminster John Knox.
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Review 1 for Following God Through Mark: Theological Tension in the Second Gospel
Good academic read of Mark
Date:January 20, 2012
This is a good academic read. I am interested and intrigued by the theological threads in Mark. The connections made are interesting and thought provoking, the book is written in a very academic style and not for the average lay person. It's lay out and structure make it a difficult resource/commentary as well.