butter light

st. mark

my journey through the Gospel according to Mark 

Since Fall of 2011 our Sunday Bible class has been going through this book of the Bible in search of Jesus for He is the epicenter of the Good News. Here are some thots from this journey.

When you click on the reference it will take you to the post about it.

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Mark 1 – the not too small theme of Mark’s Gospel

Mark 8:14-21 – Gospel leftovers

Mark 8:22-26 – a seeing that’ better than seeing

Mark 11:11      – the Temple ‘cleansing’ and Jesus’ sovereignty

Mark 11:11-17     – cleansing the Temple for the sake of mercy

Mark 11:17     – The Jubilee in the Temple cleansing

5 thoughts on “st. mark

  1. Your Chart on the Pre-Kingdom Eternal eschatology is great! I would like to use it with full credit to you! Is there any way to make the type bold so it can be used in power-point or from a computer screen? I sent a copy of the chart to my friend Dr. Gary Long and He said that you “gave a great deal of thought to the chart.”

    • Thank you Pastor Locher.
      As for making it power-point ready? Might have to ponder that. Right now extra time in my schedule is at a minimum. However, I’m glad it has been useful as is.
      Grace,
      Mark

      • Thank for the come back. When time may permit to have it more bold print would help. I have even thought about taking to a print shop to see if they might be able to make the characters more bold so it could be seen more clearly on a projector. In any case you have done a great Job and thank you. I would like to find a chart on Revelation that follows the same pattern of theology. If you would happen to know of any such chart that see the recapitulation principle for Revelation would you let me know?

        On Tue, Jul 16, 2013 at 12:19 PM, butter light wrote:

        > ** > butter light commented: “Thank you Pastor Locher. As for making it > power-point ready? Might have to ponder that. Right now extra time in my > schedule is at a minimum. However, I’m glad it has been useful as is. > Grace, Mark”

  2. I’ll see if I can wiggle some time in later this Summer to edit that chart for readability. I packed so much information in one place I can see how it would be hard to zoom in. Thanks for he suggestion.

    As for Revelation there are a number of resources that come to mind on the recapitulation principle. I am not sure if they have charts though. There a lot of writers to touch on that principles, but here are the ones that come to the surface first.

    Dennis Johnson

    William Hendricksen,

    R. Fowler White

    or this pdf (not exactly what you might be looking for but in the ball park)
    http://www.michaelsheiser.com/TheNakedBible/Recapitulation.pdf

  3. . Thank you so very much! I want to say again, your chart is the best I have ever seen. The way you have put together the Kingdom, Covenant with a timeline of redemptive history incorporates several elements of theology that is so very important and to be able to visualize them together is great for teaching.

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