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The major challenger has been D. E. Nineham,2 who may be regarded as a representative of the form-critical school which sees the Marcan material as consisting of disconnected units. His arguments are as follows. 1. He complains that the proposed framework is so brief that it would have afforded little help for the fitting in of the material. 2. He suggests that few units of tradition contained hints of time or place to enable them to be fitted in with certainty. 3. Some groups, for instance the group dealing with the theme of the approaching passion, may represent Jesus’ sayings on a number of occasions and have been collected into a topical group in the gospel.

Responsibility for causing others to stumble (18:6–10). Illustration of the lost sheep (18:11–14). Reproofs and reconciliation (18:15–22). Parable of the unmerciful servant (18:23–35). XI. NARRATIVE: THE JUDAEAN PERIOD (19:1–22:46) Jesus goes to Perea (19:1–2). Questions about marriage and divorce (19:3–12). Jesus blesses the little children (19:13–15). The rich young man comes to Jesus (19:16–22). Jesus’ comment on riches and rewards (19:23–30). Parable of the labourers in the vineyard (20:1– 16).

THE SECOND DISCOURSE SECTION: (9:35–10:42) Jesus’ compassion (9:35–38). The disciples are briefed (10:1–15), warned of future troubles (10:16–25) and exhorted to be unafraid (10:26–33). They are told of division within households (10:34–39), and promised rewards (10:40–42). VII. NARRATIVE (11:1–12:50) Jesus sets out to preach in Galilee (11:1). John the Baptist’s enquiry (11:2–6). Jesus’ testimony regarding John (1:17–15). His estimate of his own generation (11:16–19). Woes pronounced on Galilean cities (11:20–24).

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