Mark's Gospel is an action-packed eyewitness account in which Christ is sharply and uniquely portrayed. The contents of the story are similar to those of Matthew and Luke, but the presentation is very different. It is as though the life of Jesus is flashed before us through the zoom lens of a TV camera, capturing instance after instance of Jesus' daily routine. In this splendid book, Dr. Harry Uprichard keeps pace with John Mark's fast-moving account of the last years of Jesus of Nazareth. He sees that the meaning of his life and ministry is bound up with the question which runs through the whole narrative: "Who is Jesus, and what is his significance?" This book is destined to be a very sure-footed guide for those who are looking for the answer.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 160 Vendor: Evangelical Press Publication Date: 1999
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.25 X .50 (inches) ISBN: 085234418X ISBN-13: 9780852344187 Availability: In Stock
Harry Uprichard lives in County Antrim, Northern Ireland where he has been the minister of Trinity Presbyterian Church, Ahoghill, for nearly three decades. During this time he has taught courses at Belfast Bible College and maintained a keen interest in music, including training the local male voice choir. He is the author of A Son is Promised (Christ in the Psalms) and A Son is Given (Christ in Isaiah), both published by Evangelical Press, and has also contributed to a symposium on the church and its unity.