Category Archives: Gospel of Mark

Grace at the Lord’s Table — Part 3

The previous two posts have reviewed crucial material for understanding the message of Mark’s gospel. It presents Jesus as LORD, Son of God, who reveals Himself to His own disciples who do not understand Him, or only half do. How … Continue reading

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Grace at the Lord’s Table — Part 2

One other major theme appears in the book of Mark. He presents the disciples as men who really don’t get His identity. The climactic confession from them comes in Mark 8.29 where Peter confesses Jesus as “the Messiah.” As true … Continue reading

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Grace at the Lord’s Table — Part 1

In this post we turn to the gospel of Mark. It is common to characterize the message of Mark as being about Jesus the Servant of the Lord. Yet, that approach fails to account for much of the data of … Continue reading

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