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Jan Rüggemeier

Poetik der markinischen Christologie

Eine kognitiv-narratologische Exegese

[The Poetics of Marcan Christology. A Cognitive-Narratological Exegesis.]

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In this study, Jan Rüggemeier presents an appropriate methodology and systematically traces the cognitive image the reader of Mark's gospel progressively gains of the protagonists and how the individual perspectives of the characters influence his apprehension of the main character.
This work was awarded the Armin Schmitt Prize 2017 and the Manfred Lautenschlaeger Award for Theological Promise 2019.
Narrative exegesis is an important paradigm of more recent research on Mark's gospel. One of the main research problems till now though has been bringing historic-critical methods and synchronic approaches together in a unified system of interpretation. The so-called cognitive turn in narratology points beyond a purely text-immanent analysis, allowing multifaceted interactions between recipient and narration to be described. In this study, Jan Rüggemeier presents an appropriate methodology and systematically traces the cognitive image the reader of Mark's gospel progressively gains of the protagonists and how the individual perspectives of the characters influence his apprehension of the main character. The Marcan Christology thus shows itself to be emergent – Jesus' identity is not revealed before the end of the narration and is based on text-external foreknowledge – particularly the confessional traditions – of the intended recipients.
This work was awarded the Armin Schmitt Prize 2017 and the Manfred Lautenschlaeger Award for Theological Promise 2019.
Authors/Editors

Jan Rüggemeier Born 1981; studied Protestant Theology in Heidelberg, Oxford and Tübingen; 2011–16 research assistant in Tübingen; 2017 PhD; since 2017 project assistant at the Institute for New Testament Studies in Bern and since 2018 senior assistant for New Testament Studies at the Theological Seminary of the University of Zurich.
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3506-3207

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Bibel und Kirche — 2018, Heft 2, S. 118–119 (Matthias Blum)
In: Review of Biblical Literature — https://www.bookreviews.org/ (8/2019) (Wayne Coppins)
In: Jahrbuch f.Liturgik u.Hymnologie — 2019, S. 78 (Helmut Schwier)
In: Theologische Literaturzeitung — 144 (2019), S. 595- 597 (Paul-Gerhard Klumbies)
In: New Testament Abstracts — 63 (2019), S. 358
In: Journal for the Study of the NT — 41.5 (2019), S. 41 (Gordon Campbell)