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—Lorenzo Snow

Topic: Mark

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    Why Is Abba in the New Testament?


    It appears in Mark 14:36 and in two other verses. [1] Specifically, the question has been ... the familiar and the formal positions misses the mark and that the correct interpretation of abba grows out ... evidence.                 In Mark 14:36 and in the other two Greek New Testament occurrences, abba ...

    From Volume 6 Number 1, 2005 of The Religious Educator

    Searching for God’s Word in New Testament Textual Criticism


    text type. This text type is the longest and is marked with paraphrase, which has given rise ... Perhaps the preeminent example of a shorter versus longer reading is Mark 16:9–20. It is an established fact that the last twelve verses of Mark are absent from many of the oldest manuscripts (Sinaiticus ...

    From Volume 8 Number 2, 2007 of The Religious Educator



    chosen envoy (Mark 3:14; John 15:16; Acts 1:21–26) who was a witness to Christ’s resurrection and carried ... 1:2; 3:1). The Father sent Jesus, and whoever receives him receives the one who sent him (Mark 9:37; ... critical experiences, including his transfiguration (Mark 9:2–9) and his agony in Gethsemane (Mark ...

    From A Latter-day Saint Compass

    Living the Book of Mormon


    Edited by Gaye Strathearn and Charles Swift Mark Twain reportedly said, “The man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who cannot read them.” Perhaps a similar statement could be made regarding the Book of Mormon: the person who reads the Book of Mormon but does not follow its ...

    ISBN: 978-1-59038-799-3

    10. “As Delivered from the Beginning”: The Formation of the Canonical Gospels


    Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John produced their individual Gospel narratives. Reason would dictate, however, ... according to Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. [5]   Then, as now, ... in the formation, inspiration, and preservation of the four canonical Gospels that we have. Surely Matthew, Mark ...

    From Apocryphal Writings and the Latter-day Saints

    The Atonement Further Revealed: Truths from the Joseph Smith Translation


    not believe Him (see JST, Matthew 21:32; JST, Mark 9:11; JST, John 5:35; JST, Matthew 21:32–34). In addition, ... (JST, Mark 14:24). Interestingly, the JST gave an indication that perhaps the Apostles understood ... and wept over him” (Inspired Version, Mark 14:26). Christ’s Qualifications to be the Messiah The first ...

    From Selections from the 2004 Religious Education Student Symposium

    Eric D. Huntsman

    In particular, the similarities among the four Passion narratives (see Matthew 26–27; Mark 14–15; Luke 22–23; ... role as the Son of God. Mark, for instance, focuses on Jesus’s authoritative ministry, beginning his ... significant differences between John’s Passion narrative and that of Matthew, Mark, and Luke. Whereas ...

    John the Baptist: The Miracle and the Mission


    [13] Matthew, Mark, and Luke emphasize John’s role as a preparer before baptizing ... River at Bethabara (see 1 Nephi 10:9; Matthew 3:5–6; Mark 1:4–5; Luke 3:3). The Prophet Joseph Smith ... see also Matthew 3:16; Mark 1:10; Joseph Smith Translation, Matthew 3:43–46). Joseph Smith explained ...

    From Volume 10 Number 2, 2009 of The Religious Educator

    Robert J. Matthews and His Work with the Joseph Smith Translation


    of it and made little marks, sometimes a check mark in front of a verse and then an indication within the verse where there needed to be a correction. In the places where they marked the Bible, they just ... the correction; so both the marked Bible and the manuscript had to be used together. After they moved ...

    From Volume 5 Number 2, 2004 of The Religious Educator

    Jennifer C. Lane

    the Gospels refer to as "the traditions of the elders" (Matthew 15:2; Mark 7:5), also known ... with publicans and sinners?" (Matthew 9:11; see also Mark 2:16). For the Pharisees, those who keep ... to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance" (Matthew 9:12-13; see also Mark 2:17; Luke ...