Animated Workshops on the Gospel of Mark
These workshops barely provide a commentary on the gospel text. Rather the text is allowed to speak for itself.
The animation does provide descriptive headings, firstly for the major paragraphs of the gospel - as set out in patterns.
The descriptive headings also extend down to paragraph sub-divisions.
The animated workshops revolve around a handful of key questions.
Has the writer set out the basic structure of his gospel in terms of paragraph pairs?
Do parallels between paragraph pairs extend down to the five or six or so sub-divisions in the paragraphs or are these sub-divisions
the product of an over-active imagination?
Does the basic structure provide a critique of the two major social structures to be found in the society of the writers and
does the structure put a "finger" on key requirements for each of these societies.
Does this gospel provide 'base definitions' for the gospels to follow?
Notes re download.
Files for the animated workshops are contained in a folder which needs to be unzipped.
Page links work from the D Drive.