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The Gospel of Mark
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The Gospel of Mark
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The Gospel According to Mark.
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The Gospel of St. Mark
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The Water-Mark of John's Gospel.
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The Gospel According to St. Mark
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The Last Twelve Verses of the Gospel According to S. Mark
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Things Omitted from Mark's Gospel.
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Smith's Bible DictionaryGospel Of Mark
- By whom written. --The author of this Gospel has been universally believed to be Mark or Marcus, designated in (Acts 12:12,25; 15:37) as John Mark, and in ch. 5,13 as John.
- When is was written. --Upon this point nothing absolutely certain can be affirmed, and the Gospel itself affords us no information. The most direct testimony is that of Irenaeus, who says it was after the death of the apostles Peter and Paul. We may conclude, therefore, that this Gospel was not written before A.D. 63. Again we may as certainly conclude that it was not written after the destruction of Jerusalem, for it is not likely that he would have omitted to record so remarkable a fulfillment of our Lord's predictions. Hence A.D. 63-70 becomes our limit, but nearer than this we cannot go. --Farrar.
- Where it was written . --As to the place, the weight of testimony is uniformly in favor of the belief that the Gospel was written and published at Rome. In this Clement, Eusebius, Jerome, Epiphanius, all agree. Chrysostom, indeed, asserts that it was published at Alexandria; but his statement receives no confirmation, as otherwise it could not fail to have done, from any Alexandrine writer. --Farrar.
- In what language. --As to the language in which it was written, there never has been any reasonable doubt that it was written in Greek.
- Sources of information . --Mark was not one of the twelve; and there is no reason to believe that he was an eye and ear witness of the events which he has recorded but an almost unanimous testimony of the early fathers indicates Peter as the source of his information. The most important of these testimonies is that of Papias, who says, "He, the Presbyter (John), said, Mark, being the Interpreter of Peter, wrote exactly whatever he remembered but he did not write in order the things which were spoken or done by Christ. For he was neither a hearer nor a follower of the Lord, but, as I said, afterward followed Peter, who made his discourses to suit what was required, without the view of giving a connected digest of the discourses of our Lord. Mark, therefore, made no mistakes when he wrote down circumstances as he recollected them; for he was very careful of one thing, to omit nothing of what he heard, and to say nothing false in what he related." Thus Papias writes of Mark. This testimony is confirmed by other witnesses. --Abbott.
- For whom it was written. --The traditional statement is that it was intended primarily for Gentiles, and especially for those at Rome. A review of the Gospel itself confirms this view.
- Characteristics . -- (1) Mark's Gospel is occupied almost entirely with the ministry in Galilee and the events of the passion week. It is the shortest of the four Gospels, and contains almost no incident or teaching which is not contained in one of the other two synoptists; but (2) it is by far the most vivid and dramatic in its narratives, and their pictorial character indicates not only that they were derived from an eye and ear witness, but also from one who possessed the observation and the graphic artistic power of a natural orator such as Peter emphatically was. (3) One peculiarity strikes us the moment we open it, --the absence of any genealogy of our Lord. This is the key to much that follows. It is not the design of the evangelist to present our Lord to us, like St. Matthew as the Messiah, "the son of David and Abraham," ch. 1:1, or, like St. Luke, as the universal Redeemer, "the son of Adam, which was the son of God." ch. 3:38. (4) His design is to present him to us as the incarnate and wonder-working Son of God, living and acting among men; to portray him in the fullness of his living energy. --Cambridge Bible for Schools.
Gospel According To the Hebrews
Gospel Of John
Gospel Of Luke
Gospel Of Mark
Gospel Of Matthew
Gospel: Called the New Covenant
Gospel: Called: Doctrine According to Godliness
Gospel: Called: Form of Sound Words
Gospel: Called: Glorious Gospel of Christ
Gospel: Called: Gospel of Christ
Gospel: Called: Gospel of God
Gospel: Called: Gospel of Jesus Christ
Gospel: Called: Gospel of Peace
Gospel: Called: Gospel of Salvation
Gospel: Called: Gospel of the Kingdom
Gospel: Called: Ministration of the Spirit
Gospel: Called: Mystery of Christ
Gospel: Called: Mystery of the Gospel
Gospel: Called: Preaching of Jesus Christ
Gospel: Called: The Dispensation of the Grace of God
Gospel: Called: The Grace of God
Gospel: Called: The Kingdom of God
Gospel: Called: Word of Christ
Gospel: Called: Word of Faith
Gospel: Called: Word of God
Gospel: Called: Word of Life
Gospel: Called: Word of Reconciliation
Gospel: Called: Word of Salvation
Gospel: Called: Word of Truth
Gospel: Compared to a Feast
Gospel: Compared to a Householder
Gospel: Compared to a Mustard Seed
Gospel: Compared to a Pearl of Great Price
Gospel: Compared to a Treasure Hidden in a Field
Gospel: Compared to Good Seed
Gospel: Compared to Leaven (Yeast)
Gospel: Prophecies Relating To
Gospel: Unclassified Scriptures Relating To
The Gospel is Called the Dispensation of the Grace of God
The Gospel is Called the Doctrine According to Godliness
The Gospel is Called the Form of Sound Words
The Gospel is Called the Glorious Gospel of Jesus Christ
The Gospel is Called the Gospel of Christ
The Gospel is Called the Gospel of God
The Gospel is Called the Gospel of Peace
The Gospel is Called the Gospel of Salvation
The Gospel is Called the Gospel of the Grace of God
The Gospel is Called the Gospel of the Kingdom
The Gospel is Called the Ministration of the Spirit
The Gospel is Called the Mystery of the Gospel
The Gospel is Called the Preaching of Jesus Christ
The Gospel is Called the Word of Christ
The Gospel is Called the Word of Faith
The Gospel is Called the Word of God
The Gospel is Called the Word of Grace
The Gospel is Called the Word of Life
The Gospel is Called the Word of Reconciliation
The Gospel is Called the Word of Salvation
The Gospel is Called the Word of Truth
The Gospel is Everlasting
The Gospel is Glorious
The Gospel is Good Tidings of Great Joy for all People
The Gospel is Hid to Them That are Lost
The Gospel is the Power of God to Salvation
The Gospel: Awful Consequences of not Obeying
The Gospel: Be Careful not to Hinder
The Gospel: Brings Peace
The Gospel: Exhibits the Grace of God
The Gospel: Foretold
The Gospel: Let Him Who Preached Another, be Accursed
The Gospel: Life and Immortality are Brought to Light by Jesus Through
The Gospel: Ministers Have a Stewardship to Preach
The Gospel: Must be Believed
The Gospel: Preached Beforehand to Abraham
The Gospel: Preached by Christ
The Gospel: Preached to Every Creature
The Gospel: Preached to The Gentiles
The Gospel: Preached to The Jews First
The Gospel: Preached to The Poor
The Gospel: Preached Under the Old Testament
The Gospel: Produces Hope
The Gospel: Profession of, Attended by Afflictions
The Gospel: Promises to Sufferers
The Gospel: Rejection of, by Many, Foretold
The Gospel: Rejection of, by the Jews, a Means of Blessing to The
The Gospel: Saints Have Fellowship In
The Gospel: Testifies to the Final Judgment
The Gospel: The Knowledge of the Glory of God is By
The Gospel: There is Fulness of Blessing In
The Gospel: Those Who Receive, should Adhere to the Truth of
The Gospel: Those Who Receive, should Earnestly Contend for the Faith of
The Gospel: Those Who Receive, should Have Their Conversation Becoming
The Gospel: Those Who Receive, should Live in Subjection To
The Gospel: Those Who Receive, should not be Ashamed of
The Gospel: Those Who Receive, should Sacrifice Friends and Property For
The Gospel: Those Who Receive, should Sacrifice Life Itself For
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