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In Mark 12:35-37, Jesus has not yet declared himself to be the Messiah, in fact he never really does in this gospel. The important thing is that the audience of Mark's Gospel has already been told that Jesus is the Messiah, or Christ. So, when Jesus talks about the Messiah, the audience knows that he is talking about himself, but the scribe does not. The ...


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There is really no evidence internal to Mark's Gospel to point to Peter having provided material for Mark's Gospel. Much of the basis for this assumption is that the gospel was written by Paul's companion, Mark, who was also Peter's son. However, the gospel was originally anonymous and there is nothing in the gospel even to link it to Mark. It appears ...


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Though certainly enigmatic and perhaps a bit troubling, Mark’s original ending at 16:8 does indeed make good sense of Mark. (For the textual evidence, see this answer.) Yes, this ending is hard to understand! But in and of itself, an abrupt, seemingly unresolved ending should not rule out the fact that Mark ends at 16:8. Apparently unresolved endings ...


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The gospel of mark is the prior since it had geographical errors such as in mark chapter 8there is a place named DULMATHUA which can not be seen in the pale stine map .more so mark's gospel is believed to be written AD64-65 hence other gospels such as matthew and luke are written AD72-80,80-90 so this is another proof in support of the priority of mark. ...



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