The Gospel of Mark: Christ the Servant - Twenty-first Century Biblical Commentary
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Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: AMG Publishers
Publication Date: 2006
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Series: Twenty-First Century Biblical Commentary
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JESUS CHRIST, THE SON OF GLORY, LEFT HIS HOME IN HEAVEN TO SERVE MANKIND. "The whole purpose of his life on earth was to give and receive or take". He came as the revelation of God, but was born in a manger, and worked as a carpenter. From the beginning of his ministry He healed the sick, confronted the false teachers, fed the hungry, taught his disciples, and ultimately gave his life a ransom for many.
The Gospel of mark is a breathtaking fast-paced account of the ministry of Jesus Christ. Mark pictures Jesus as accepted by the general Jewish public but rejected by the Jewish leadership. As this tension grows, the narrative propels the reader toward the final crisis (the crucifixion) and its ultimate resolution (the resurrection).
James Mcgowan brings the characteristic of Christ the servant- His love, His compassion, His selflessness- into sharper focus. Are you faithful servant of Christ? This commentary will bring you face to face with the greatest servant of all, and challenge you to be just like him.
Dr. James McGowan, who earned this Th.D.from Louisiana Baptist Theological Seminary, is adjunct professor of Theology and Hebrew at Tyndale Theological Seminary in Forth Worth,Texas, He is also the education pastor at Sugar Land Bible Church in Sugar Land,Texas and the head of Tyndale Seminary's extension school in Sugar Land.
Mal Couch: is founder and former President of Tyndale Theological Seminary and Biblical Institute in Forth,Texas. he served as a pastor for twenty years, and taught Theology and the Biblical Languages for fourteen years at Philadelphia College of the Bible, Moody Bible Institute, and Dallas Theological Seminary. His others publications include A Bible Handbook to Revelation, and Dictionary of Premillennial Theology. Dr Couch is also one of the general editors of this series.
Edward Hindson: is the Assistant Chancellor, professor of Religion, and Dean of the Institute of Biblical Studies at Liberty University in Lynchburg,Virginia. He has authored over twenty books, served as co-editor of several Bible projects, and was one of the translators for the New King James Version of the Bible.
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