Mark 1:1 Commentary - Combined Bible Commentary1
Mark was not one of the apostles, but was inspired to write an account of the life of Christ. He is mentioned a few times in the New Testament which will be noticed as we come to them. Beginning of the gospel is his introduction to the story of Christ, indicating the point in the history at which he was to begin his book.
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Combined Bible Commentary
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E. M. Zerr (1877 - 1960).