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Mark’s Missing Ending: Clues from the Gospel of John and the Gospel of Peter
The Bible and Interpretation
  • James F. McGrath, Butler University
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Publication Date
2-1-2011
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Abstract

The Gospel of Peter may be unique among early Christian Gospels in its embracing of those details towards the end of Mark’s story that other readers and authors both ancient and modern have found to be problematic, in particular the fear of the women and their failure to say anything to anyone.

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James F. McGrath. "Mark’s Missing Ending: Clues from the Gospel of John and the Gospel of Peter" The Bible and Interpretation (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jamesmcgrath/69/