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 You're here » Christian Books Index » Books » Theology » Jesus in Solidarity with His People Suffering

Jesus in Solidarity with His People Suffering

Author: William Reiser
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       This book works from two premises. The first is that the Gospel of Mark is, from beginning to end, an Easter story. And the second is that the category of solidarity provides a contemporary key to understanding Mark's message about Jesus's life and mission. This book argues that the spiritual effectiveness of Mark's story will be determined largely by how much the reader is willing to live, like Jesus, in solidarity with God's people. The opening chapter surveys the range of theological matters that the text invites us to think about. Subsequent chapters return to those issues as they appear in the Gospel text.

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