A Private Commentary on the Bible: Mark's Gospel (Paperback)
A thoroughly exegetical and explanatory commentary explaining the meaning and significance of Mark's Gospel. The book assumes and defends Peter the Apostle as the true author. The exposition is based on the author's literal translation of the Greek text, with notes to identify and explain variations from standard works such as the NKJV, NIV, and HCSB. Textual views are discussed where appropriate. The book has a high view of Scripture as God's inerrant Word, and uses grammatical-historical principles to interpret the text. The book treats Mark's Gospel as an independent portrait of Christ, but also coordinates with the other Gospels to provide a clear picture of Mark's view of the life and times of Jesus the Christ. The book takes a dispensational view of Christ's first advent salvific mission and eschatological prophecies. The author writes for any Christian who wants to continue their study of the Bible, for Bible study leaders and teachers, Bible college students, and local church Pastors.