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Resources referenced in preparation for Mark studies:


  • France, R. T. The Gospel of Mark. Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 2002. πŸ”—
  • Meyer, J. (2022). Mark For You. The Good Book Company. πŸ”—
  • Strauss, Mark L. Mark : Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament. Zondervan, 2014. πŸ”—
  • Garland, David E. Mark. Zondervan, 1996. πŸ”—
  • Horne, Mark. The Victory according to Mark. Canon Press & Book Service, 2002. πŸ”—
  • Gaebelein, Frank E., et al. The Expositor’s Bible Commentary: Matthew, Mark, Luke. Zondervan Publishing House, 1984. πŸ”—πŸ”—
  • Johnson, Bob. Markan Sandwiches: A Discipleship Resource in the Genesis Project Series. Kindle Edition, 2022. πŸ”—
  • Le, A. T. (2017). Mark Through Old Testament Eyes. Kregel Academic. πŸ”—
  • Donahue, John R., and Daniel J. Harrington. The Gospel of Mark. Edited by Daniel J. Harrington, vol. 2, The Liturgical Press, 2002. πŸ”—


  • Wright, N. T. Jesus and the Victory of God. Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1996. πŸ”—
  • Kimball, William R. What the Bible Says about the Great Tribulation. 1983. πŸ”—
  • Piper, John. Come, Lord Jesus. Crossway, 2023. πŸ”—
  • Sproul, R. C. The Last Days according to Jesus : When Did Jesus Say He Would Return? Baker Books, 2015. πŸ”—
  • Blackwell, Ben C., et al., editors. Reading Mark in Context: Jesus and Second Temple Judaism. Zondervan, 2018. πŸ”—
  • Bolt, Peter G. The Cross from a Distance: Atonement in Mark’s Gospel. Edited by D. A. Carson, vol. 18, Apollos; InterVarsity Press, 2004. πŸ”—
  • Flavius Josephus, et al. The New Complete Works of Josephus. Kregel Publications, 1999. πŸ”—