The Gospel of Mark studies the oldest Gospel on record, the first Gospel put into writing, showing us the life and ministry of Jesus. Mark narrates the Good News in a way that involves the reader. When the central message—Jesus is the Son of God—unfolds, every part of the narration, whether healings, parables, teachings, exorcisms or miracles, engages the reader to better understand the identity of Jesus.
The Logos edition brings you more. With references to the Bible and Catechism appearing on mouseover, you can easily read source material to engage further with the subject matter. All cross-references are tagged to other resources in your library, you can easily connect with citations to the saints, popes, and doctors of the church. Enrich your Bible study and broaden your knowledge of Scripture as you explore these commentaries like never before through Logos.
Laurie W. Manhardt holds a BA in psychology from the University of Detroit and a PhD in education from the University of Michigan. She led an interfaith Bible study for 10 years, which convinced her of the need for quality Catholic Bible study resources. The Come and See: Catholic Bible Study Series is the result.
Jan Liesen is a librarian and professor of New Testament exegesis, biblical theology, and Hebrew Bible at the Seminaire Rolduc in Kerkrade, Netherlands. He received his doctorate in Sacred Scripture from the Pontifical Biblical Institute (Biblicum) of Rome.