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Daily Study Bible: The Gospel of Mark

by William Barclay

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Barclay's ‘The Daily Study Bible' has been cherished by millions throughout the world, and his style and popular appeal are renowned. His language and method are never academic, but always full of relevance to life and work today. He himself once said, 'I decided I must dedicate my life to making scholarship available for the layman, so that he may know better his Bible, his God and his Saviour'.
  RubislawLibrary | Jan 30, 2014 |
The works of this heretic are without peer in their Greek, history, and application. Barclay just did not accept orthodoxy, see his "The Apostiles Creed," for the depth of his heresy. An excellent preaching resource. ( )
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Dr. Barclay explains why the first three Gospels are called synoptic, how they came to be written, and how scholars have concluded that Mark's was the first. Touching on Mark's own life, he discusses the rift that Mak occasioned between Paul and Barnabas, Mark's sources of information about Jesus, the characteristics of his Gospel writing, and mystery of the "lost ending.

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In his introduction to this volume, Dr. Barclay explains why the first three Gospels are called "synoptic," how they came to be written, and why many scholars believe that Mark was the first. Barclay's interpretation of the Gospel is full of wisdom, and it offers clear and captivating insight from beginning to end. Having picked up one section to study, the reader will find it difficult to stop reading until the whole volume is completed. For almost fifty years and for millions of readers, the Daily Study Bible commentaries have been the ideal help for both devotional and serious Bible study. Now, with the release of the New Daily Study Bible, a new generation will appreciate the wisdom of William Barclay. With clarification of less familiar illustrations and inclusion of more contemporary language, the New Daily Study Bible will continue to help individuals and groups discover what the message of the New Testament really means for their lives.

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