Cover

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Title Page, Copyright

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Table of Contents

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Abbreviations

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pp. 6-6

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Introduction

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pp. 7-26

Franciscan friar Peter of John Olivi (1248-1298) was educated in Paris and lectured for most of his academic life in Franciscan study houses (studia), especially in the south of France.1 Olivi’s Commentary on the Gospel of Mark bears the...

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Part I: The Course of Christ’s Preaching

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pp. 27-50

1) In our previous commentaries on the Gospels of Matthew and John, we have virtually touched on everything in the Gospels of Mark and Luke. From these same commentaries it is sufficiently plain and evident how to exegete what...

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Part II: Christ’s Passion and Death

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pp. 50-57

23) “And it was Passover.”141 Having completed the first part of his book, which deals with the course of Christ’s preaching, the evangelist now turns to his passion and death. This part has four principal sections. The first shows: the wickedness...

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Part III: Christ’s Resurrectionand Ascension

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pp. 57-61

34) “Now Mary Magdalene.”182 Now that the second part of his book has been completed, which dealt with Christ’s passion, the evangelist adds the third and final part which sets forth his glorious resurrection, appearances, and ascension...

Appendix

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pp. 62-90

Indices

Scripture

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pp. 91-95

Non-Biblical Sources

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pp. 96-96