The Gospel Of John Mark

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“The beginning of the good news of Jesus Christ, the Son of God” Is the first opening line in the Gospel of Mark. The initial passage has already been a representation of good news--delving straight into accounts of the good news which is heavily infused in Mark’s Gospel. Mark who is also known as John Mark, depicts a portrait of Jesus that is striking, compelling and focused on Jesus' miracles and divine Sonship. Which is unlike the other Gospels. Mark wrote for an audience of people who most likely were of Gentile descent and/or Gentile to Christian converts. Recurring themes are woven into Mark’s Gospel writings, which include: discipleship, the Messianic Secret and the Kingdom of God.
Discipleship is one of the many themes intertwined in

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