Analyse der Exegese Markus 3, 1-6: Studienarbeit zu by Konrad Grüneberger

By Konrad Grüneberger

Markusevangelium Kapitel three Verse 1-6 – eine beeindruckende Textstelle, für das Christentum von
besonderer Bedeutung. Mein erster inhaltlicher Gedanke dazu battle: Hier grenzen wir uns vom Judentum ab.
Und: Jesus geht einen Konflikt mit den jüdischen Gesetzen ein. Die Frage ist auch: Kehrt Jesus dem
Judentum dadurch den Rücken? Im diesem Werk gilt es diese und andere Fragen, die die kurze Textstelle
liefert aufzuarbeiten.

In Mk 3,1-6 sind zwei Hauptmerkmale auffällig. Es liegt meines Erachtens sowohl eine Wundergeschichte
als auch ein Streitgespräch vor. Durch die Heilung wird der Charakter einer Wundergeschichte gegeben
und durch das Auftauchen der Pharisäer, die Jesus prüfen und sogar seinen Tod vorausplanen, liegt
eindeutig ein Streitgespräch vor. Allerdings stellt die Wundergeschichte den Anlass für das Streitgespräch.

In beeindruckender Weise zeigt die vorliegende Perikope Jesu Auseinandersetzung mit dem Gesetz
des orthodoxen Judentum. Daran kann deutlich werden, wie die Trennung vom Judentum allmählich
und vor allem auf inhaltlicher Ebene vollzogen wurde. Jesus trennt sich nicht vom Judentum,
indem er selbst kein Jude mehr ist, sondern, indem er Gesetze hinterfragt.

1.Persönliche Erstbegegnung mit Mk 3,1-6


3.Analyse der Textstruktur
3.1.Abgrenzung der Einheit
3.2.Einordnung in den Kontext
3.3.Syntaktische Analyse
3.4.Semantische Analyse
3.5.Narrative Analyse
3.6.Pragmatische Analyse

4.Semantische examine von Begriffen und Motiven


6.Literarkritik, Synoptischer Vergleich


8.Theologisches Profil

9.Hermeneutik und Gegenwart

Autor: Liana Steinocher (Pseudonym
Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz

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