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Title: Analyse narrative de Mc 7,24-30
Subtitle: Difficultés et propositions
Author(s): ALETTI, Jean-Noël
Journal: Biblica
Volume: 93    Issue: 3   Date: 2012   
Pages: 357-376
DOI: 10.2143/BIB.93.3.3188764

Abstract :
The thesis developed in the article is that Mark 7,24-8,10 cannot be interpreted without the previous dispute about clean and unclean in 7,1-23 that gives meaning to it and prepares Jesus’ journey to the nearby pagan land. For the same reason, it seemed impossible to interpret Mark 7,24-30 as a radical change in Jesus’ missionary project. In this episode, the Syrophoenician does not extort a miracle from Jesus. It is rather he who puts her to the test, expecting from her a response that may give him the opportunity to manifest God’s power in favor of the Gentiles and be proclaimed as the one through whom God’s salvation comes.

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