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Festschrift in Honor of Professor Paul Nadim Tarazi- Volume 2

Studies in the New Testament


Edited By Tom Dykstra and Vahan Hovhanessian

This book, the second of three volumes dedicated to Professor Paul Nadim Tarazi, includes contemporary essays on the New Testament. The topics offer a rich array of exegetical studies related to the life and teachings of Jesus and the apostle Paul. Coming from America, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe, the contributors to Volume 2 of the Festschrift in Honor of Professor Paul Nadim Tarazi have gathered to advance the scholarly vision of Professor Paul Nadim Tarazi.
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Authority and Passion: A Concurrent View Christology in the Gospel of Mark, Archbishop Demetrios Trakatellis


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Authority and Passion: A Concurrent View Christology in the Gospel of Mark

With particular joy and a deep sense of honor I am participating in the publication of this Festchrift dedicated to the good friend and distinguished colleague in the Biblical field, the Very Reverend Dr. Paul N. Tarazi. I have known him for many years and truly appreciated his creativity as a scholar, his impressive exegetical skills, his total dedication to the Church the authentic guardian and interpreter of the Bible, and his zeal in making the treasures of the Scriptures available to the Orthodox people and to the American public in general. I pray that God gives him many healthy years of continuing creative and edifying offerings to the Church and to the Biblical interpretation.

My present contribution in honor of Fr. Tarazi is related to the area of Biblical studies, his field par excellence. More specifically, it offers some comments on the Christology of the Gospel of Mark. They derive in essence from one of my books which deal with the subject1, and from which I am amply using verbatim extensive parts, especially from its Chapter Four.

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