2011 - Gospel of Mark

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2011 - Gospel of Mark

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C.S. Lewis and Josh McDowell, among many others, have popularized the alternate views man might have toward Jesus of Nazareth, as either “liar, lunatic, or Lord” (Mere Christianity 55ff; Evidence That Demands A Verdict 104).  Infidels utterly deny Jesus as either Divine or Savior.  Many live agnostically, indifferent to Him or His teaching.  Too often, disciples give Him lip-service or have no true relationship with Him in their daily lives.  Yet, many through the ages and to the present hour have staked their lives and eternal destinies on the fact that He is “the Christ” (Mark 8:29).  His identity is set forth forcefully and powerfully in the gospel of Mark, a book that has drawn criticism, textually and theologically, as well as a book that has too often been neglected.  Within these pages, the writers of these chapters explore who Jesus is and what that means to our world and our worldview.  Scholarly, thorough, and reverent, this lectureship book will undoubtedly enhance the reader’s appreciation for Mark’s profound purpose in setting forth Jesus as the Christ, the Son of God.    

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