The Gospel According to Mark (Greek: τὸ κατὰ Μᾶρκον εὐαγγέλιον, to kata
Markon ... Th...
In addition to Markan composition, church fathers also state that Mark was the
interpreter of Peter, which would give reason to believe that he wrote his Gospel
Dec 18, 2012 ... Even if the author were someone other than John Mark it still shows that the
gospel had to have been written within the lifetime of the sons of ...
The nearly universal acceptance of Mark as the author of the gospel in light of the
fact that he was neither an apostle nor a hero in the first century church lends ...
The text of the Gospel
According to Mark
does not identify anyone as the author. Not even 'Mark
' is claimed to be the author - in theory, 'Mark
' could have simply related a series of events and stories to someone else who collected them, edited them, and set them down ... More »
Author: Although the Gospel of Mark does not name its author, it is the
unanimous testimony of early church fathers that Mark was the author. He was an
Jan 16, 2014 ... Although there is no direct internal evidence of authorship, it was the ... The
conclusion drawn from this tradition is that the Gospel of Mark ...
Jul 3, 2004 ... A. Strictly speaking, the Gospel is anonymous. B. EXTERNAL EVIDENCE
strongly supports John Mark as the author of the Gospel of Mark in ...
Feb 2, 2015 ... We have to assume that the author of Mark's Gospel did not consider his account
deficient in the least and he was either passing on, or faithfully ...
Jan 3, 2008 ... Matthew, a tax collector also known as Levi and one of the twelve disciples, wrote
the first gospel in the New Testament of Matthew. John Mark ...