The Gospel According to Mark. The Gospel According to Mark Author John Mark

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  • The Gospel According to Mark
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  • The Gospel According to Mark Author John Mark
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  • The Gospel According to Mark Author John Mark John (Hebrew or Jewish name) Mark (Latin or Roman Name)
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  • The Gospel According to Mark Author John Mark Son, Cousin,Disciple,Missionary,Co-laborer, Interpreter,Preacher / Evangelist,Martyr
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  • The Gospel According to Mark Author John Mark Son, Cousin,Disciple,Missionary,Co-laborer, Interpreter,Preacher / Evangelist,Martyr Son of MaryActs 12:12-17
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  • The Gospel According to Mark Author John Mark Son, Cousin,Disciple,Missionary,Co-laborer, Interpreter,Preacher / Evangelist,Martyr Son of MaryActs 12:12-17 Cousin of BarnabasCol 4:10
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  • The Gospel According to Mark Author John Mark Son, Cousin,Disciple,Missionary,Co-laborer, Interpreter,Preacher / Evangelist,Martyr Son of MaryActs 12:12-17 Cousin of BarnabasCol 4:10 Disciple of the Apostles Barnabas, Paul Acts 12:25
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  • The Gospel According to Mark Author John Mark Son, Cousin,Disciple,Missionary,Co-laborer, Interpreter,Preacher / Evangelist,Martyr Son of MaryActs 12:12-17 Cousin of BarnabasCol 4:10 Disciple of the Apostles Barnabas, Paul Acts 12:25 MissionaryActs 13:1-5, 13:13, 15:36-41
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  • The Gospel According to Mark Author John Mark Son, Cousin,Disciple,Missionary,Co-laborer, Interpreter,Preacher / Evangelist,Martyr Son of MaryActs 12:12-17 Cousin of BarnabasCol 4:10 Disciple of the Apostles Barnabas, Paul Acts 12:25 MissionaryActs 13:1-5, 13:13, 15:36-41 Co-LaborerPhilemon 1:23-24, 2Tim 4:11
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  • The Gospel According to Mark Author John Mark Son, Cousin,Disciple,Missionary,Co-laborer, Interpreter,Preacher / Evangelist,Martyr Son of MaryActs 12:12-17 Cousin of BarnabasCol 4:10 Disciple of the Apostles Barnabas, Paul Acts 12:25 MissionaryActs 13:1-5, 13:13, 15:36-41 Co-LaborerPhilemon 1:23-24, 2Tim 4:11 Interpreter for Peter1Peter 5:13
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  • Cairns, Earle E A History of the Christian ChurchPage 76 Papias of Hierapolis60-135AD Expositions of the Oracles of the Lord The interpretations of the sayings of the Lord was written about the middle of the second century by Papias, the bishop of Hierapolis in Phrygia, in order to record the information that he had received from older Christians who had know the Apostles. It is possible that Papis had been a disciple of John. The document deals with the life and words of Christ. Although it has disappeared, fragments of it are available in the writings of Eusebius and Irenaeus. The fragment preserved in Irenaeus writings gives clear evidence of Papis strong millennial views. The section preserved by Eusebius throws interesting light on the origin of the gospels. He stated that Mark was the interpreter of Peter and that Matthew wrote his work in the Hebrew language. These little excerpts are tantalizing to the student who realizes the light that his complete work would throw on the beliefs, life, and literature of the New Testament.
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  • The Gospel According to Mark Author John Mark Son, Cousin,Disciple,Missionary,Co-laborer, Interpreter,Preacher/Evangelist,Martyr Son of MaryActs 12:12-17 Cousin of BarnabasCol 4:10 Disciple of the Apostles Barnabas, Paul Acts 12:25 MissionaryActs 13:1-5, 13:13, 15:36-41 Co-LaborerPhilemon 1:23-24, 2Tim 4:11 Interpreter for Peter1Peter 5:13 Preacher, EvangelistNelsons Illustrated Bible Dictionary
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  • Nelsons Illustrated Bible Dictionary Page 680 Information about Marks later life is dependent on early church tradition. Writing at an early date, Papias, whose report is followed by Clement of Alexandria, tells us that Mark served as Peters interpreter in Rome and wrote his gospel from Peters remembrances. Of his physical appearance we are only told, rather oddly, that Mark was stumpy fingered. Writing at a later date about A.D. 325, the historian Eusebius says that Mark was the first evangelist to Egypt, the founder of the churches of Alexandria, and the first bishop of that city. So great were his converts, both in number in sincerity of commitment, says Eusebius, that the great Jewish philosopher, Philo, was amazed.
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  • John The Apostle Papias, Bishop of Hierapolis (60-135)Polycarp Bishop of Smyrna (70-155) Clement of Alexendria (150-215)Irenaeus born in Smyrna (140-202) Eusebius of Caesarea (265-340)
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  • The Gospel According to Mark Author John Mark Son, Cousin,Disciple,Missionary,Co-laborer, Interpreter,Preacher/Evangelist,Martyr Son of MaryActs 12:12-17 Cousin of BarnabasCol 4:10 Disciple of the Apostles Barnabas, Paul Acts 12:25 MissionaryActs 13:1-5, 13:13, 15:36-41 Co-LaborerPhilemon 1:23-24, 2Tim 4:11 Interpreter for Peter1Peter 5:13 Preacher, EvangelistNelsons Illustrated Bible Dictionary MartyrCoptic Orthodox Church Network
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  • Coptic Orthodox Church Network John Mark was martyred AD 68 pagans of the Serapis cult (the Serapion- Abbis Greek Egyptian god) tied him to a horses tail and dragged him through the streets of Alexandrias district of Bokalia for two days until his body was torn to pieces.
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