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The gospel of Mark is a regular staple in most churches. People gravitate towards it because of its brevity, action–packed nature and familiar content. However, we must be careful that familiarity and assumption doesn’t blind us to the great depth, priceless treasure and awe–filled wonder there are within its pages. This gospel is all about The King, his cross and his word. This volume, Teaching Mark, will be a great guide for you as you read, study and teach the gospel of Mark. It will help you keep Mark’s big purpose in view and help you see what is really there.
Teaching Mark is a great addition to the growing ‘Teaching the Bible’ series. Robin will be a terrific guide as your enjoy the privilege of teaching or preaching this amazing book. Whether you are a small group leader, preacher, your worker or someone who simply wants help with the personal Bible study, this book will be an invaluable help as you seek to comprehend and communicate the message of Mark.
This book is NOT just a commentary… nor is it just a training manual, or a bible study leaders guide. It is all of these – and more! The trouble with Mark is that many of us think that we know it, so what is there to learn? Having read this book after 35 years of ministry I can testify – plenty! Teaching Mark is a superb resource for those of us who preach, lead bible studies or perhaps most of all need to teach ourselves first. It will not give you prepared talks – you will have to think and illustrate for yourself. But it will give you a clear understanding of the gospel of Mark and enable you to move from the big picture to the local application. Like the Gospel of Mark it is clearly structured, straightforward and gives you Christ. It answers the question it asks – ‘How do we preach and teach the gospel from the Gospels?’ The highest recommendation I can give is that despite having many books on Mark I will be buying Teaching Mark!
--- David Robertson, Well–known pastor and apologist