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The gospel of Mark might be shorter than those of Matthew and Luke, but it is the most compelling of the three because it is the first to have been written; it is a well-written literary document; and, most important of all, it inspires the reader to a deeper understanding and practice of discipleship.
 
 

Adult and Teen Informative Articles

   
 
Bible Overview
  Bible Overview - The Gospel of Mark
  Bible Characters - A comparison of the disciples names in Matthew, Mark, Luke and Acts
  The Passion Week - Chronology of Events (2008) - Compare the four gospels accounts of Jesus' final days leading to the resurrection
  Overview of New Testament Healing compares healings from the four gospels
  Overview of Jesus’ Healings compares Jesus' healings from the four gospels
  The story of the Syrophoenician woman, found in Mark 7:24-30
  Why did Jesus resort to using “spittle” in several of his healings? And what good explanation is there for the healing in Mark where a blind man comes to Jesus for healing?
  In the story of the Syrophoenician woman, Jesus states, “It is not right to take the children's bread and toss it to their dogs." (Mark 7:24ff) I’ve heard people interpret this in several ways. What is your take on it?
  In several places in the Gospels we read about Herodians. Who were these people?
  When Peter escaped from prison (see Acts 12) he went to the home of "Mary, mother of John also called Mark, where many people were praying." Is this the same Mark who wrote the Gospel of Mark?
Living with the Bible
  A Horse Calmed - A young boy turns to the story of Jesus stilling the storm, in the book of Mark, to help calm his very spirited horse
   
 
   
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