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Anyone could enjoy this book and it will help you understand the ministry of Jesus better from Mark's unique perspective.
I read this book devotionally with ruler and pencil ready to underline the parts that really okie to me: lots of lines, lots of blessings.
Not only is there rich commentary in the introductory paragraphs of each section, but within the verse by verse work as well.
I did not buy the Kindle version of the work because the sample has the annoying presence of the word "Introduction" substituted for every occurrence of "int" in... Read morePublished 6 months ago by actonian
Could not have written this book any better myself. But you can rest assure that this was put together right!Published 7 months ago by Julius K. Magee II
I read this book devotionally with ruler and pencil ready to underline the parts that really okie to me: lots of lines, lots of blessings. Bit also a better understanding of MarkPublished 8 months ago by Coos de Vink
This is so well written and so carefully researched, that it becomes a joy to read on its own. It has added greatly to my understanding of and appreciation for Mark's great work.Published 10 months ago by Robert M Snyder
other reviws as to content and scholarship correct but kindle version has 10 flaws in 1st 500
positions ie introductionerpeter for interpeter
it's extemely annoying in... Read more
I like the thoroughness of the commentary but I found the running commentary made it easy to get lost in the trees without seeing the forest.Published 24 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is an excellent commentary. Thoroughly scholarly, yet accessible to interested lay person. Very engaging and helpful both in background information and insight into meaning... Read morePublished on July 26, 2012 by Traveller
HAVING READ 7 COMMENTARIES AND MANY ESSAYS ON THE GOSPEL OF MARK, JAMES R. EDWARDS, BY FAR, IS THE BEST. HE BRINGS OUT POINTS THAT ARE VERY THOUGHT PROVOKING. Read morePublished on October 30, 2011 by PAUL BURKE
I have read about 8 commentaries on Mark and I really enjoyed this one. The writing was clear, current archeology findings were incorporated, and was solid in Biblical scholarship. Read morePublished on May 16, 2011 by andyp