The Portrayal of the Life of Faith in the Gospel of Mark

Interpretation 32 (4):387-399 (1978)

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Mark speaks of the life of faith by using the notion of “following Jesus” as a metaphor to bring to light all the profound dimensions of the relation which the gospel inaugurates between believer and living Lord
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