Acknowledgments and Sources used for “The Gospel of Mark”

In the interest of giving credit where it is due, I (Kyle) wanted to post references to the sources that have impacted my thinking on Mark’s Gospel. I have used them heavily in my sermons and blog posts and I am grateful for the diligence and hard work of these scholars. Most of the ideas in the study of Mark’s Gospel were profoundly impacted by these sources. These sources, in no particular order, are:

14 thoughts on “Acknowledgments and Sources used for “The Gospel of Mark”

  1. Pingback: Review and Reflect on Mark 9:30-50 (Gospel-Centered Greatness, Part 1) « shore community church

  2. Pingback: Review and Reflect on Mark 9:30-50 (Gospel-Centered Greatness, Part 2) « shore community church

  3. Pingback: Review and Reflect on Mark 9:30-50 (Gospel-Centered Greatness, Part 3) « shore community church

  4. Pingback: Review and Reflect on Mark 9:30-50 (Gospel-Centered Greatness, Part 4) « shore community church

  5. Pingback: Review and Reflect on Mark 10:1-12 « shore community church

  6. Pingback: Review and Reflect on Mark 10:13-16 « shore community church

  7. Pingback: Review and Reflect on Mark 10:17-31 « shore community church

  8. Pingback: Review and Reflect on Mark 12:35-37 – How is Jesus the Son of David, Messiah, and King? « shore community church

  9. Pingback: Review and Reflect on Mark 12:38-40 – Jesus says to beware of those who look pious but really worship themselves. « shore community church

  10. Pingback: Review and Reflect on Mark 12:41-44 – Understanding Money in Terms of Worship « shore community church

  11. Pingback: Review and Reflect on Mark 14:53-65 – Rather than condemning, Jesus is condemned. « shore community church

  12. Pingback: Review and Reflect on Mark 14:66-72 – Peter denies Jesus. « shore community church

  13. Pingback: Review and Reflect on Mark 15:16-39 – The King has come and although he was dead now he is alive. | shore community church

  14. Pingback: Review and Reflect on Mark 15:40-16:8 – Jesus died and rose again. | shore community church

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s