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RBL review of “Reading the Gospel of Mark as a Novel”

In light of the recent discussions on the genre of the Gospels, I thought it was good timing that the Review of Biblical Literature has come out with a review of Geert van Oyen’s Reading the Gospel of Mark as a Novel. I have not read the book, but, from the review, it looks like it is more of an engaging introduction to narrative and reader-response criticism of a Gospel text for a non-specialist audience than a defense of a particular classification of its genre. I thought I would just highlight this review.

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