Mark or Marcus
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3138. Markos -- Mark, a Christian
... Marcus, Mark. Of Latin origin; Marcus, a Christian -- Marcus, Mark. (markon) --
4 Occurrences. (markos) -- 3 Occurrences. (markou) -- 1 Occurrence. 3137, 3138 ...
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Marcus, My Son
... name"one Jewish, 'John,' and one Gentile, 'Marcus.' But as time goes on we do not
hear anything more about 'John,' nor even about 'John Mark,' which are the ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture ephesians peter/marcus my son.htm

The Gospel According to Mark.
... [392] And Peter makes mention of Mark in his ... following words: "The church that is
at Babylon, elected together with you, saluteth you; and so doth Marcus my son ...
/.../pamphilius/church history/chapter xv the gospel according to.htm

On Bk. Iii. Chap. 39, 1 (Note 1, Continued).
... Matthew, which he identifies with the logia of Papias, as the second original source
of the synoptic tradition, alongside of Mark or the Ur-Marcus, and yet ...
// history/on bk iii chap 39.htm

Works by the Rev. Marcus Dods, DD
... Mark is in almost perfect proportion, happy in style, just and reasonable in temper,
and ... difficult and thorny piece of work fell to the lot of Dr. Marcus Dods. ...
/.../the expositors bible the gospel of st john vol ii/works by the rev marcus.htm

Marcus and Colarbasus.
... Chapter V."Marcus and Colarbasus. After these there were not wanting a Marcus and
a Colarbasus, composing a novel heresy out of the Greek alphabet. ...
/.../tertullian/against all heresies/chapter v marcus and colarbasus.htm

The Return to Capernaum - Healing of the Centurion's Servant.
... Mark, militates against the favourite modern theory of the Gospels being derived
from an original tradition (what is called the original Mark,' Ur-Marcus). ...
/.../edersheim/the life and times of jesus the messiah/chapter xix the return to.htm

... 2. The original conclusion of Mark was lost by some accident, most probably from
the original autograph (where it may have ... So Hitzig (Johannes Marcus, p.187). ...
/.../schaff/history of the christian church volume i/section 81 mark.htm

The Various Hypotheses of Marcus and Others. Theories Respecting ...
... Against Heresies: Book I Chapter XIV."The various hypotheses of Marcus
and others. Theories respecting letters and syllables. ...
/.../irenaeus/against heresies/chapter xiv the various hypotheses of.htm

... only period between AD176 and the date of Marcus Aurelius' death in AD180 that would
adequately fit this reference is 176-177. These dates mark the suppression ...
// christian fathers/introduction 7.htm

Of the Person to whom the Two Precepts Concerning the Love of God ...
... faulty reading is sometimes found here,--namely, Lucas autem hoc tacet et in fine
Marcus, etc. = whereas Luke says nothing about that, and Mark tells us, etc. ...
/.../augustine/the harmony of the gospels/chapter lxxiii of the person to.htm

ATS Bible Dictionary
Mark or Marcus

The writer of one of the four gospels. See GOSPELS. There can be little doubt of the correctness of the general opinion of learned men, that he is the same person who is mentioned by the names of John and Mark in Acts 12:12,25 13:5,13, and as the cousin and disciple of Barnabas, Colossians 4:10. He was also the companion of Paul and Barnabas in their journey through Greece to Antioch, Perga, and Pamphylia, at which last place he left them and returned to Jerusalem, much to the dissatisfaction of Paul, Acts 13:5, etc.; Acts 15:37-39. Yet he labored faithfully with Barnabas at Cyprus, and Paul mentions him, when in captivity at Rome, as one of those who were associated with him, Colossians 4:10-11 2 Timothy 4:11 Philemon 1:24. He afterwards accompanied Peter also to Babylon. As he was the son of that Mary at whose house in Jerusalem the apostles were wont to convene, so it is probable that he was particularly instructed in the doctrines of Christianity by Peter, who on the account calls him son, 1 Peter 5:13. Compare 1 Timothy 1:2 2 Timothy 1:2.



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