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"Mark somewhat forces his readers to get rid of their preconceived ideas about what God is like and how God operates. He zeros in on the person of Jesus and focuses on his royal nature as the true Son of God and his redemptive mission as the Suffering Servant."

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Thanks to The Bible Project


The following is a list of books that were used and read to prepare this study.


The Gospel According to Mark

James Edwards


Jesus the King

Timothy Keller


Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament

D.A. Carson & G.K. Beale




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Study One

Mark 1:1-45

Study Two

Mark 2:1-22

Study Three

Mark 2:23-3:6

Study Four

Mark 3:7-4:34

Study Five

Mark 4:35-5:20

Study Six

Mark 5:21-43

Study Seven

Mark 6:1-56

Study Eight

Mark 7:1-23

Study Nine

Mark 7:24-37

Study Ten

Mark 8:1-26

Study Eleven

Mark 8:27-9:1

Study Twelve

Mark 9:2-50

Study Thirteen

Mark 10:1-16

Study Fourteen

Mark 10:17-31

Study Fifteen

Mark 10:32-52

Study Sixteen

Mark 11:1-26

Study Seventeen

Mark 11:27-12:44

Study Eighteen

Mark 13:1-37

Study Nineteen

Mark 14:1-31

Study Twenty

Mark 14:32-52

Study Twenty-One

Mark 14:53-15:39

Study Twenty-Two

Mark 15:40-16:8