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Robert Foster and Richard Goode from the SYNEIDON Research Project at the University of Birmingham begin their exploration of this year's Lectionary Gospel, the Gospel of Mark.

This episode looks at the structure and style of Mark, the things which make Mark distinctive from the other Gospels. It also includes the first part of an interview with Professor David Parker (University of Birmingham) who takes us through some of the literary characteristics of Mark's writing. The podcasts will also feature recommended and books and resources to help further your exploration of a fascinating and influential little book. 

For feedback, bibliogrpahic details and information please go to the Podcast section on the SYNEIDON website.

Hosts: Richard Goode and Robert Foster

Music composed and performed by Dr Helen Ingram.

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  • Barbara

    Congratulations at last some thing in easy language and for the lay person to understand, Thank you you have wetted me to explore more and I await your next pod.

    Apr 5, 2009 at 6:39 am
  • Michael Halcomb

    This is great!!!! I will post a link to this on my website. Also, if people are searching for some stuff on Mark, I have nearly 100 studies on my site. Go to www.michaelhalcomb.blogspot.com and click the “Studies in Mark” tab.

    Also, I have started an exploratory group on Facebook where about 100 people have joined for discussion. Thanks again for this great resource!!!

    Apr 6, 2009 at 11:10 am
  • Lloyd Pietersen

    What a great start! Congratulations on an accessible introduction to Mark - and the music isn’t bad either!

    Apr 7, 2009 at 4:39 am