Back some time ago the nice folk at De Gruyter sent two companion volumes for review. The first, Paul and Mark: Comparative Essays Part I – Two Authors at the Beginnings of Christianity; and the second, Mark and Paul: Comparative Essays Part II – For and Against Pauline Influence on Mark. I’ve worked through the bulk of the essays and offer my observations here.
You may, or may not, wish to read the review. But you will want to, you must, read the volumes.