Category Archives: From the Ashes of War: The Gospel According to Mark

From the Ashes of War: The Gospel According to Mark – Part 3

Earlier this year, we started a new series on the Gospel according to Mark.  Today, as we continue to build upon the foundation that was laid in part 1 of the series, we turn our attention to the latter half … Continue reading

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From the Ashes of War: The Gospel According to Mark – Part 2

Mark 1:1 – On Empires, Osama Bin Laden, and the Smashing of Imperial Symbols. Earlier this week, we started a new series on the Gospel According to Mark; and in the first article, it was argued that this Gospel is … Continue reading

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From the Ashes of War: The Gospel According to Mark – Part 1

Introduction and Background For most of us who are relatively unaware of the history of the ancient world, to say that the Gospel of Mark was written sometime between 68 and 71 A.D. is to say very little.  But for … Continue reading

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