William Boekestein’s “Bible Studies on Mark” offers an indepth look at the book of Mark. This Bible study is different because it reads like a book with discussion questions at the end of each chapter. It is detailed without being overly intensive. The discussion questions are helpful for individual reflection as well as small group discussion. It reads more like a commentary than a Bible study.
Boekestein incorporated helpful as well as thought-provoking information to help readers develop a well-rounded view of the person, work and ministry of Christ. The book has 21 chapters, so at one chapter per week, it will take almost half a year to work through; however, some chapters can be combined if you want to try and make it shorter.
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