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The Gospel according to Mark is the second book of the New Testament, which tradition holds was written by Mark, a disciple of Simon Peter. It records many of the same events as the Gospel of Matthew and the Gospel of Luke, with the exception of the nativity. Most Bible scholars agree that Mark was written first, and was used as a source for both Matthew and Luke (the Markan priority hypothesis). The older Augustinian hypothesis held that the Gospels were written in the order they appear in the New Testament.


Galilean ministry

Journey to Jerusalem

Events in Jerusalem


Text of Gospel of Mark

Bible, World English, Mark

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