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Musings on Mark’s Gospel

Now do you get it?

Now do you get it? (Mark 8:22 – 10:52) [] Mark’s selective mentions of geography Mark evidently wrote his Gospel with methodical purpose. For instance, his selective references to geographical locations are deliberate. Whereas the other Gospel authors, John in … Continue reading

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Musing in Mark’s Gospel

While browsing recently on how Mark wrote his Gospel I became aware of three distinctive features: (1) what he considered was the start of ‘the Gospel’; (2) the speed of his story line; and (3) the clear shape that he … Continue reading

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