Fundamental to evangelicalism is a high view of Scripture and a high Christology. Your view rejects both. Hence, it is not evangelical. You are guilty of bifurcating on the term.
I have a high view of scripture—actually a very high view of scripture—and a high Christology. But I quite agree that my understanding of the gospel is different to the prevailing modern evangelical view of the gospel.
We are talking about Mark, but in my hermeneutic, it is illegitimate to look at any one document in a silo.
True, but it’s poor hermeneutics to assume that the New Testament documents were written by a committee.
You clearly misunderstood my comments about hermeneutics.
Sorry this is a bit short. It’s late Saturday night. I shouldn’t be doing this at all.