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A Commentary on the Gospel of Mark
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End of story? Just the opposite!
Three days later, his body had disappeared from his grave. That was only the beginning of the story of which you, the reader, are now part.
A Commentary on the Gospel of Mark by David Pawson was published by Anchor Recordings in May 2013 and is our 27399th best seller. The ISBN for A Commentary on the Gospel of Mark is 9780957529021.
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A Commentary on the Gospel of MarkPaddy Beresford, via The Good Book Stall
David Pawson writes as he preaches – it is conversational, punchy and full of insightful nuggets. The book is just what it says on the label – it’s a walk through Mark and just as Mark’s Gospel has a sense of movement so does Pawson’s observations on it. The frequent “catchy phrases” that are a hallmark of this author’s style –“Here are two baptisms…one is a physical one, the other spiritual, one is an outward thing, the other is an inward thing, one deals with your past, the other with your future, one is connected to pardon the other is connected to power…” will either endear you or frustrate you – but they generally help the memory. If I have a disappointment - it is the total lack of references – traditions or cultural practices are unpacked with no mention of the source material; so the Bible student cannot verify, challenge or develop and so is not helped. Despite that, it’s a useful contribution to the understanding of the gospel.
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Details for A Commentary on the Gospel of Mark
|Page last updated||4th January 2017|
|Author / Artist||David Pawson|
|Publisher||Anchor Recordings (May 2013)|
|Number of Pages||318|