The Gospel of Mark

Wednesdays, 9:00 AM-11:00 AM, August 25—November 17, room, 205, Newburgh Campus, led by Patricia Thomas

The gospel of Mark is the second book of the New Testament and includes numerous accounts from the life and ministry of Jesus. Though not one of the twelve apostles, the author and namesake was a companion to the apostle Paul on his first missionary journey. The Gospel of Mark was written from Rome primarily to Gentile Christians. It stresses the servanthood of Jesus emphasizes how passionate God is to save us.

Study participants will need only a Bible (your choice of translation). You will receive an outline of the material to be covered in each class period.  No additional resources need to be purchased.