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Mark (Interpretation Bible Study Series)

Richard Deibert

Mark (Interpretation Bible Study Series)

Richard Deibert

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The Gospel of Mark was written to readers who could identify with the story of Jesus Christ. They too knew the cost of being a follower and the pain of sacrifice. It was the severity of that pain that caused a state of casual discipleship, a state where grace was taken for granted.^Mark recounts the miracles and teachings of the Messiah with a sense of urgency to prod his readers to believe now in the good news of the gospel -- so their suffering and sacrifice will not be in vain, because the tomb was empty and death will not be the end.

- Publisher The Gospel of Mark was written to readers who could identify with the story of Jesus Christ. They too knew the cost of being a follower and the pain of sacrifice. It was the severity of that pain that caused a state of casual discipleship, a state where grace was taken for granted.

Mark recounts the miracles and teachings of the Messiah with a sense of urgency to prod his readers to believe now in the good news of the gospel -- so their suffering and sacrifice will not be in vain, because the tomb was empty and death will not be the end.



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The Gospel of Mark was written to readers who could identify with the story of Jesus Christ. They too knew the cost of being a follower and the pain of sacrifice. It was the severity of that pain that caused a state of casual discipleship, a state where grace was taken for granted.^Mark recounts the miracles and teachings of the Messiah with a sense of urgency to prod his readers to believe now in the good news of the gospel -- so their suffering and sacrifice will not be in vain, because the tomb was empty and death will not be the end.
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The Gospel of Mark was written to readers who could identify with the story of Jesus Christ. They too knew the cost of being a follower and the pain of sacrifice. It was the severity of that pain that caused a state of casual discipleship, a state where grace was taken for granted.

Mark recounts the miracles and teachings of the Messiah with a sense of urgency to prod his readers to believe now in the good news of the gospel -- so their suffering and sacrifice will not be in vain, because the tomb was empty and death will not be the end.


- Publisher

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Richard Deibert

Deibert is an M.D. and was pastor of Immanual Presbyterian Church in Montgomery, Alabama.

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  • Catalogue Code 197696
  • Product Code 0664500781
  • EAN 9780664500788
  • Pages 132
  • Department Ministry
  • Category Studies
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Geneva Press
  • Publication Date Sep 1999
  • Dimensions 210 x 152 x 10 mm
  • Weight 0.244kg

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