Jesus teaches, heals, and chooses the Twelve.
Jesus calls his first disciples after visiting their homes and work.
John starts his ministry and Jesus gets baptized.
Yeshua rises and appears to an indeterminate number of his followers.
Yeshua is tried before Pilate, who tries to release two Messiahs.
Yeshua delivers another sermon and Judas delivers Yeshua to authorities.
How did Yeshua (Jesus) approach the subject of divorce, according to Mark and Matthew, and why is it so difficult for the rich to enter the Kingdom?
Baptism, Temptation, and Disciples Most scholars agree that Mark was the first Gospel and both Matthew and Luke made liberal usage of Mark, going so far as to lift entire passages without changing a word. Mark tells a simple, straightforward story of an itinerant preacher and miracle worker who begins as a follower of John … Continue reading Real Bible Studies, The Gospel of Mark