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But Do We Know that the Right Words Were Written? - Objection #2

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Objection #1

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Objection #2: The Gospels Contain Contradictions

Bart Ehrman

After explaining that there are some differences that are simply variations and some that seem to be at odds without being “flat-out contradictions”, Ehrman speaks of a third category of difference. 4,864 more words

Positive Apologetics

Driving Lessons Mark, Somerset

Many congratulations to Jack Schollar from Mark, Somerset, who passed his Practical Driving Test first time with just one minor on Thursday 4th June 2015 at Weston-super-mare driving test centre.   37 more words

Driving Lessons

Jesus the Hammer: The New Maccabean Revolt -- Mk. 1.14-39

As I stated earlier, the prologue of Mark actually continues on past what began with. vv. 1.14-15 represent a transition. Jesus has had a private ministry, but he is to supplant John the Baptist and bring in the Kingdom of God in its fullness. 2,161 more words

Scripture

mark: Destination Buenos Aires!

Cobblestone streets, neoclassical mansions sultry tango parlors…Welcome to South America’s chicest metropolis where old world elegance meets contemporary coll.  Today’s biggest decision: Explore the bohemian barrio of La Boca? 426 more words

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Becoming Christ -- Mk. 1.1-15(3)

This  is my last post on Mark’s opening. Here are my first and second posts.

St. Mark did not write his Gospel for our curiosity. It is not a bit of trivia included just to tell a tidbit of history. 1,353 more words

Scripture

Hope for Change

Jesus Changed the Sinner—not the Self-Righteous (Mark 2:13-4:34).

Some people are easy to hate. The kind of people who cut you off in traffic and then proceed to go slower than Jabba the Hutt after Thanksgiving Dinner. 1,091 more words

Devotional

Sermon: Finding Rest In Jesus from Mark 2 & 3

In our sermon series “Mark: Discipleship in Christ Through the Gospel,” we are reminded that in our burn out and exhausted world, we are all looking for rest. 59 more words

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