28 thoughts on “The Gospel of Mark Sneak Peek

  1. Are we still getting Deuteronomy? And I love watching these videos, they’re so beautiful and good at explaining Christianity 😊😊😊😊

  2. You guys are an incredible team! I’m so thankful that the world today has people like you to make stuff like this. All of you are amazing. God Bless!

  3. The art really makes the Bible engaging and your message seems spot on, I really like how you look at the entire Bible, It seems many churches in America only look at the New Testament for our call as Christians, which I think is really limiting. Keep doing what you are doing!

  4. i’m looking forward to this, i’ve just finished going backnover the gospels in my reading and seeing mark in this way would be quite special i think.

    • +cyberxspeed I for one would hope they keep to distillations and analyses of discrete biblical texts. The scriptures never seem to claim trinity per se, and the threeness is in any event aggrandized by theological concerns as opposed to scriptural ones.

    • +Brian Casey
      But isn’t exegetical theology scriptural?
      God is triune because the Son and the Holy Spirit are both blasphemable, just like the Father (Matthew 12:31-32, Mark 3:28-29, Luke 12:10). These three also share one name (Matt 28:19-20).

    • +Gummy lens Exegetical theology might or might not be “scriptural,” depending on 1) the theology and 2) the conception of what is or isn’t “scriptural,” I suppose.

      These guys would surely handle “ET” pretty well, given their text orientation, but many “theological” ideas come out of human superimpositions and unwarratned blendings of various texts rather than interpreting the message of a single biblical text.

      As for “triunity”: “spirit” and “holy spirit” in those passages don’t necessarily designate any additional/3rd identity. Sometimes those labels do seem to, but there, why not read “spirit” as “spirit of God,” referring to what we think of as “Father”? God is inexpressible and inexplicable, anyway, so I’m more comfortable with questions than answers. 🙂

  5. Bart Ehrman had a good description of the Jesus’ crucifixion in Mark where Judas betrays him, Peter abandons him and even God has abandoned him seemingly.

  6. Am an atheist. But I know great production when I see it.I always look forward to your work. Purely for the story telling of course. Is just great.

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