Do you desire to go deeper still in your understanding of the New Testament Scriptures?
In Mirrors in Mark you will find a fresh and arresting approach to most of the New Testament, drawing on the mnemonic methods that were common to the ancient world and employed by writers of the Scriptures. Much of the fascination of Mark's Gospel--Mark receives particular attention in this book--lies in the use of catchwords and catch-phrases to stamp on our minds the words and works of Jesus.
The other works of the New Testament treated in this way are Romans, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Titus, Philemon, Hebrews, James, 1 and 2 Peter, Jude, and Revelation. The book of Revelation features quite largely, yielding up many invaluable insights into its apocalyptic nature.
This book will prove to be a constant companion to the serious student of the sacred writings.
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Table of Contents
1 Mirrors in Mark (The beginning of the Gospel) 1
2 Mirrors in Romans (Salvation for Jew and Gentile) 32
3 Mirrors in Galatians (Righteousness by faith in Christ) 45
4 Mirrors in Ephesians (God's plan for the church) 53
5 Mirrors in Philippians (Joy in the Lord) 64
6 Mirrors in 1 Timothy (Instruction for governing the church) 71
7 Mirrors in Titus (What constitutes doing good) 83
8 Mirrors in Philemon (A runaway slave now "useful") 85
9 Mirrors in Hebrews (Jesus, our great high priest) 87
10 Mirrors in James (The royal law) 96
11 Mirrors in 1 Peter (Service and suffering in hope) 105
12 Mirrors in 2 Peter (Always remember) 115
13 Mirrors in Jude (On contending for the faith) 125
14 Mirrors in Revelation ("Come, Lord Jesus") 135