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Series: Opening the Scriptures : George Martin

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Bringing the Gospel of Luke to life by George Martin
Bringing the Gospel of Mark to life by George Martin
Bringing the Gospel of Matthew to life by George Martin

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Recommendations

  1. Gospel of Matthew, The (Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture) by Edward Sri (2010)
  2. The Navarre Bible: St. Mark (The Navarre Bible: New Testament) by University of Navarre (1986)
  3. The Gospel of Saint Matthew by J. C. Fenton (1963)
  4. The Interpretation of Mark by William Telford (1985)
  5. The Navarre Bible: St. Luke (The Navarre Bible: New Testament) by University of Navarre (1987)
  6. The Gospel According to Luke X-XXIV: Introduction, Translation, and Notes (The Anchor Bible, Vol 28A) (Chapters 10-24 v. 2) by Joseph A. Fitzmyer (1985)
  7. Guide to the Bible by Antonio Fuentes (1987)
  8. Drawn Into the Mystery of Jesus Through the Gospel of John by Jean Vanier (2004)
  9. An Adult Christ at Christmas: Essays on the Three Biblical Christmas Stories, Matthew 2 and Luke 2 by Raymond E. Brown (1978)
  10. The Way of the Lord: Christological Exegesis of the Old Testament in the Gospel of Mark by Joel Marcus (1992)
  11. The Gospel of Mark: A Commentary by Francis J. Moloney (2002)
  12. A Coming Christ in Advent: Essays on the Gospel Narratives Preparing for the Birth of Jesus : Matthew 1 and Luke 1 by Raymond E. Brown (1988)
  13. Four Gospels, One Jesus? A Symbolic Reading by Richard A. Burridge (1994)
  14. St. Paul: A Bible Study Guide for Catholics by Mitch Pacwa (2008)
  15. The Gospel of Mark by John R. Donahue (2002)

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