Now from your voting it seems pretty clear you want me to write about the Gospel of Mark, where it fits and who wrote it. This is the most difficult and involved project of the choices, but I accept the challenge.
The Gospel of Mark poses a unique problem for me, as there is very little unique material in the book that can be ascribed to Mark. Only a baker’s dozen verses are unique to Mark, and beyond that only a small number of phrases and some individual words. And some of this unique material is most likely part of a later Catholic layer that all books of the New Testament seem to have. As I write this I do not have the answers, and I think this will be a journey of discovery for all of us. I'll try to get the first of what will probably be a two or three part work up before the Labor Day weekend is up. No promises however.
On the losing issues
I will probably not even put out a quick note on the so called Kitos Wars, as all that choice was about is my decision to adjust the blog description from “post Bar Kokhba era” to “the post Kitos and Bar Kokhba era” because the evidence suggests Marcion may have started his sect even before the Bar Kokhba revolt because his Gospel lacks the references to that conflict (desolation sacrilege and the wicked tenants) which are found in the other Synoptic Gospels. It doesn't require an article.
I am only too happy to put off my reconstructions of the remaining Marcionite Apostolikon. I want a break from that very tedious work. Still I will make a push after I work on Mark to get out Laodiceans, 1 & 2 Thessalonians, and my notes on Romans to effectively complete the collection (except Colossians which will be a major undertaking). Philemon will go out as a standalone article which I will push out this fall, where I will give a Marcionite exegesis of the entire Epistle – it actually makes good sense from a Marcionite viewpoint. (Note, my aim is to push out two book pairs, one of the Marcionite New Testament, Antithesis, Gospel, and Apostle, and then a companion book on the Marcionite authors and the Catholic Redactor)
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