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The crux of the matter is, always, what Mark has to say ...
The crux of the matter is, always, what Mark has to say to us today. McKenna writes, "We must walk with the companions of Jesus, with Peter, James, and John and the others, men and women like us, and let the Gospel convict us, convert us, confirm us, and call us to repentance."
|1||Reading the Gospel of Mark in the shadow of the cross||7|
|2||On your mark : "here begins the gospel ..." : Mark 1||15|
|3||Mark my words : callings and conflicts : Mark 2, 3, and 4||40|
|4||Making a mark : excursions and expulsions : Mark 5||64|
|5||Jesus - mark my ways : Mark 6 and 7||83|
|6||Marked forever : Mark 8 and 9||105|
|7||Missing the mark : Mark 10 and 11||132|
|8||Marking the last days : Mark 12 and 13||158|
|9||The passion of Jesus : Mark 14 and 15||184|
|10||The resurrection - "go!"||215|