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    Eugene LaVerdiere SSS
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    Liturgical Press (July 1, 1999)
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Through Mark's Gospel, the gospel proclaimed by Jesus and the Church became the gospel that was Jesus. Reflecting on that question, Father LaVerdiere recalls the title Mark gave to his Gospel: The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Through Mark's Gospel, the gospel proclaimed by Jesus and the Church became the gospel that was Jesus. In Volume 1 Father LaVerdiere discusses the title, the prologue, and part one: Jesus and the Mystery of the Kingdom of Go. Within these chapters he deals with questions raised about the identity and mission of Jesus and examines Mark's emphases on the mystery of the gospel (of the person of Jesus and the Kingdom of God).

The gospel is seen as a Book on Jesus and the first century church. Many confusing aspects in the gospel are interpreted in a way that is believable. For the scholar, the preacher and anyone interested in reading the latest on Mark. Teen and Young Adult. Literature & Fiction. Mystery & Thriller.

Through Mark's Gospel, the Gospel proclaimed by Jesus and the Church .

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Eugene LaVerdiere, SSS, is a distinguished lecturer at Fordham University in New York and an adjunct professor at the Catholic . The Beginning of the Gospel: Introducing the Gospel According to Mark, Volume 1. Eugene LaVerdiere

Eugene LaVerdiere, SSS, is a distinguished lecturer at Fordham University in New York and an adjunct professor at the Catholic Theological Union. Among his many published works on Scripture are Luke from the New Testament Message series, The Eucharist in the New Testament and the Early Church, and The Beginning of the Gospel: Introducing the Gospel According to Mark Volumes 1 and 2 published by The Liturgical Press. Eugene LaVerdiere. Mark was a proclaimer calling people to repentance.

Gospel According to Mark, second of the four New Testament Gospels and, with Matthew and Luke, one of. .Mark the Evangelist, illuminated manuscript page from the Gospel book of the court school of Charlemagne, c. 810; in the Stadtbibliothek, Trier, Germany.

Gospel According to Mark, second of the four New Testament Gospels and, with Matthew and Luke, one of the three Synoptic Gospels. It is the shortest and the earliest of the four Gospels and is traditionally attributed to St. Mark, a disciple of St. Peter. biblical literature: The Gospel According to Mark: background and overview.

Vol 1 : 1. Jesus is invested with his office as savior - The caption - John the . Jesus is invested with his office as savior - The caption - John the Baptist: the promised precursor, the voice in the wilderness, the baptizer and proclaimer of the Messiah - The baptism of Jesus: Jesus of Nazareth, Messiah and son of God - Jesus in the wilderness and the temptation of Jesus: preparation for messianic.

Mark was a proclaimer calling people to repentance. At a time nearly everyone felt was the end of the world, he boldly told the story of the beginning. When so many were overwhelmed by what seemed to be bad news, Mark proclaimed the story of the good news in his Gospel. Using rhetorical and literary analysis, Father LaVerdiere introduces Mark's story in The Beginning of the Gospel: Introducing the Gospel According to Mark. To aid those who prepare homilies, he shares Mark's sense of Christ's mission, the Christian calling, the universal Church, and the Church's mission in a language that everyone can understand.

Who was Mark? Where and when did he write, and for whom? What were his sources? What was his guiding intention? Instead of dealing with these introductory questions separately, Father LaVerdiere answers them while commenting on the Gospel. He explains that for Mark the gospel was not a mere record of past events, but a new act of proclamation. In content, Mark's Gospel was a story of the gospel of Jesus and his disciples. In form, however, Mark's Gospel was an act of proclamation. It made Jesus, the one who was crucified but had been raised from the dead, present to Mark's readers and listeners. Through Mark's Gospel, the gospel proclaimed by Jesus and the Church became the gospel that was Jesus.

In Volume 1 Father LaVerdiere discusses the title, the prologue, and part one: Jesus and the Mystery of the Kingdom of God." Within these chapters he deals with questions raised about the identity and mission of Jesus and examines Mark's emphases on the mystery of the gospel (of the person of Jesus and the Kingdom of God). Father LaVerdiere also discusses the major symbols of the first part of Mark's Gospel: the sea (he thalassa) and the bread (ho artos).

The first part of the Gospel of Mark ends: *Do you still not understand? - Reflecting on that question, Father LaVerdiere recalls the title Mark gave to his Gospel: *The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ [Son of God]. - Throughout this commentary he keeps Mark's title in mind. After each event, he repeats the title. Taking Jesus' final question to heart, Father LaVerdiere asks, *Do we still not understand? -

Chapters in Volume 1 are *Title and Preface (Mark 1:1) - *Prologue: the Gospel in Miniature (Mark 1:2-13) - *Part One: Jesus and the Mystery of the Kingdom of God (Mark 1:14-8:21) - *Section I: Jesus and the First Disciples (Mark 1:14-3:6) - *Section II: Jesus and the Twelve (Mark 3:7- 6:6a) - and *Section III: Jesus and the Mission of the Twelve (Mark 6:6b-8:21). -

Eugene LaVerdiere, SSS, PhD, is Adjunct Professor of New Testament studies at the Catholic Theological Union and the senior editor of Emmanuel magazine. He is the author and editor of numerous books including The Eucharist in the New Testament and the Early Church, A Church for all Peoples, and Luke (New Testament Message series) published by The Liturgical Press.

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Gogal
I'm in the process of reviewing the Gospel of Mark in some detail. These two volumes assist with an overview of "waves" of a structural pattern that suggests to me that Mark's prose, rustic as it is, has a longer rhythm of parallels reminiscent of Hebrew poetry. This rhythm continues with key Greek words like "euthys" and "palin" as well as major motifs such as sea and mountain, crowds and wilderness. An easy read that doesn't shy away from technical matters. I appreciated the emphasis upon the beginning of the Gospel continually showing up and important for the seeming abruptness of the end of the Gospel.
Arlelond
LaVerdiere gives in depth meaning to the Gospel of Mark in his two volume set. I ave recently reread the volumes in preparation for cycle B in the liturgical year. He gives insight into the original meaning thru insights into the original Greek. Without a doubt the best 2 volumes I have ever read in the area of biblical thought and criticism and reflection. You'll have to hunt around for vol 2....I could not find it on amazon and found it on another book search [...]