Mark
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Mark

Follow Me

LifeGuideĀ® Bible Studies

by James Hoover

Mark
paperback
  • Length: 112 pages
  • Number of Studies: 20
  • Published: July 1999
  •  In stock
  • ISBN: 978-0-8308-3004-6
  • Item Code: 3004
  • Case Quantity: 100

In the New Testament Gospel of Mark, we meet Jesus, the man who is King. But this king comes to serve--not to be served. He eats with sinners rather than royalty. His crown is made of thorns instead of gold. This study guide introduces you to the compassionate, suffering, astonishing king who calls us to follow him.

CONTENTS

Getting the Most Out of Mark

Part 1: Who Is Jesus? - Mark 1--8
1. Gospel Roots - Mark 1:1-13
2. Portraits of Jesus - Mark 1:14-39
3. Friend of Outcasts - Mark 1:40--2:17
4. Conflict in Galilee - Mark 2:18--3:35
5. Kingdom Parables - Mark 4:1-34
6. Fear Faith - Mark 4:35--6:6
7. Understanding the Loaves - Mark 6:6-52
8. Violating Tradition - Mark 6:53--7:37
9. Who Do You Say I Am? - Mark 8:1--9:1

Part 2: Why Did Jesus Come? - Mark 9--16
10. Suffering Glory - Mark 9:2-32
11. The First the Last - Mark 9:33-50
12. New Relationships - Mark 10:1-31
13. Blindness Sight - Mark 10:32-52
14. Palm Sunday - Mark 11:1-25
15. Tempting Questions - Mark 11:27--12:27
16. An End to Questions - Mark 12:28-44
17. Keep Watch - Mark 13
18. The Betrayer Approaches - Mark 14:1-42
19. Betrayed! - Mark 14:43-72
20. Victory Snatched from Defeat - Mark 15--16

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James Hoover (MDiv, Gordon Conwell) was IVP's long-time associate editorial director and senior editor for IVP Academic. For more than a decade he served as in-house editor in the area of patristic studies, overseeing editorial work on the 29-volume Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture, the 5-volume Ancient Christian Doctrine series, the 15-volume Ancient Christian Texts series, and most recently the 3-volume Encyclopedia of Ancient Christianity.

Read about Hoover's legacy at IVP.

BY James Hoover

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