The Gospel of Mark: An Exposition emphasizes the authority, originality, and effectiveness of Mark’s Gospel. Charles R. Erdman attentively studies the ministry of Christ through the account of Mark. Expressing the service-oriented life of Christ and his apostles, Erdman moves chapter-by-chapter expounding on the unique qualities of Mark within the Synoptic Gospels.
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- Includes extensive annotation
- Illustrates the historical period in which the Gospel was written
- Examines the way in which the book is constructed
- Covers succinctly the entire Gospel of Mark
- The Preparation
- The Ministry of Eastern Galilee
- The Ministry in Northern Galilee
- The Journey through Perea and Judea
- The Events of Passion Week
- The Resurrection
- The Appearance and the Ascension of the Risen
Praise for the Print Edition
This book is not a running commentary on the Sunday-school lessons, but it is a clear and popular exposition of the whole of the Gospel of Mark. I do not know of any other short, popular exposition of the Gospel of Mark which is quite so satisfactory as this one.
—The Union Seminary Review
It is a marvel of condensation and clearness. The introduction is particularly valuable; the analysis is thoroughly satisfying; and the comments are pertinent and spiritual.
—The Publishers Weekly
- Title: The Gospel of Mark: An Exposition
- Author: Charles R. Erdman
- Publisher: The Westminster Press
- Publication Date: 1918
- Pages: 208
About Charles R. Erdman
Charles R. Erdman(1866–1960) was educated at Princeton University and Princeton Theological Seminary. Erdman was ordained in 1891, and went on to become pastor of Overbrook Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia.