Bible Studies on Mark, by William Boekestein, packs a punch. The amount of research that went into this book is apparent, and is displayed in a 21-lesson arrangement.
The Biblical book of Mark is one I’ve read many times, but have also thought of as somewhat repetitive of the book of Matthew. These studies have helped me see otherwise. It is packed with goodies, and shares the Good News with a flavor of its own.
Mark focuses more on the works than the words of Christ (in comparison with the other Gospels.) ~Excerpt from introduction to Mark’s Gospel.
I really like the organized lesson format. Each lesson covers particular verses of Mark, explains them in detail, and closes with 8 thought-provoking questions. The book is written in a conversational tone that flows nicely and is easy to understand. The closing questions are my favorite part of this study. They really make one think, search, learn, and comprehend.
If you’re searching for a new look at the book of Mark, or want to learn more about the Gospel, this is a wonderful avenue to take. This is a great tool for small study groups or individuals who have a desire to give a more in-depth look at the lesser-studied Gospel of Christ.
*Scripture taken from the New King James Version.
Publisher: Reformed Fellowship, Inc.
I received a complimentary copy from CrossFocusedReviews.