Otros doce. Los personajes secundarios como creyentes paulinos en el Evangelio de Marcos

Palabras clave: Pablo, cartas de Pablo, Evangelio de Marcos, naciente cristianismo, cruz de Jesús

Resumen

Se han publicado recientemente numerosos trabajos que analizan o defienden la conexión literaria y teológica entre las cartas de Pablo y el Evangelio de Marcos. Más allá de las dependencias o contactos literarios, parece haber preguntas y respuestas comunes a ambas tradiciones. Entre estas conexiones destaca la imagen negativa de (algunos de) los Doce y de (algunos de) la familia de Jesús. Por su parte, Marcos parece dotar a doce personajes secundarios con algunas características de las que carecen los Doce. En este artículo mostramos que estos personajes reflejan algunas características paulinas.

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Publicado
2021-09-21
Cómo citar
Gil Arbiol, Carlos. «Otros Doce. Los Personajes Secundarios Como Creyentes Paulinos En El Evangelio De Marcos». Estudios Eclesiásticos. Revista de investigación e información teológica y canónica 96, no. 378 (septiembre 21, 2021): 533-570. Accedido octubre 27, 2021. https://revistas.comillas.edu/index.php/estudioseclesiasticos/article/view/15755.