Subsequently following a comprehensive introduction covering the authorship, characterization, historical context, and intent of the Gospel, Benjamin Wisner Bacon presents exegetical studies in the Gospel according to Mark. Described as “pragmatic” in application, this commentary provides scholarly exposition in an easy to understand manner.
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This book is designed to be a popular yet rigorously critical commentary on Mark, with special reference to an inquiry into its sources and structure.
—The Biblical World
A study of the second Gospel, remarkable for incisiveness . . . The book is one of great learning and of thorough study, and is to be recommended to those who wish to see the text of Mark under the newest lights.
—Review of Theology and Philosophy
Benjamin Wisner Bacon was educated at the university of Edinburgh before founding the Evangelical Union in Scotland. Morison died in 1893.