The Beginning of the Gospel of Jesus Christ
Studies in Mark
Homer A. Kent, Jr.
This installment of The Kent Collection is a commentary that has been extensively rewritten and expanded from the author’s previous smaller work on Mark. A careful outline keeps the reader from getting lost in the great number of events portrayed in this shortest of the Gospels. Photographs aid in understanding the geographical setting of many events.
Homer Kent, Jr., taught for 50 years at Grace Theological Seminary and Grace College in Winona Lake, Ind., where he also served as dean of the seminary for 14 years and president of both schools for 10 and retired as president emeritus and professor emeritus of New Testament and Greek. He has lectured throughout the U.S. as well as in France, Hungary, and the Central African Republic and has traveled extensively in Israel and other Bible lands, often leading groups of students. A graduate of Bob Jones University (B.A.) and Grace Theological Seminary (M.Div, Th.M, Th.D), he has written extensively, producing commentaries on 15 New Testament books. He is also the author of Gospel of Matthew (Wycliffe Bible Commentary) and Epistle to the Philippians (Expositors Bible Commentary).