The Gospel According to Saint Mark with Introduction and Notes relies on both Greek and Aramaic translations of the Gospel of Mark. W. C. Allen provides careful exegetical studies and commentary on the original text. Favoring the Aramaic translation over the Greek for literal rendering of semantics, Allen provides extensive introductory annotation and exegesis of critical background detail.
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- Includes ample exegesis
- Illustrates the historical period in which the Gospel was written
- Examines the way in which the book is constructed
- Title: The Gospel According to Saint Mark with Introduction and Notes
- Author: W. C. Allen
- Publisher: Macmillan Company
- Publication Date: 1915
- Pages: 218
About W. C. Allen
W. C. Allen (1867–1953) was lecturer in theology and Hebrew at Exeter College, Oxford and Archdeacon of Manchester.