Unexpected Savior: Intro and Context

The Gospel of Mark challenges the expected ideal of the Messiah—not a conquering king or a wish-granting genie, but rather a man of sorrows and a suffering servant. This short yet impactful account of Jesus’ life reveals the character of the One who came to save us.  Jesus was not what they were expecting; He was better. 

In this first session, Erin Warren introduces the study, explains the Four Simple Questions, and teaches the context of the Gospel of Mark. At first glance, this appears to be a fast-hitting, fly-by account of Jesus’s life, but the deliberate order and structure of the book gives deeper meaning and insight into who Jesus is and what He came to do.

For more information on this study, go to http://www.feastingontruth.com/mark.



Links Mentioned in this Episode:

Teaching on Romans 4 and the journey of faith: https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/h9LZ7lrmSCb

Bible Project Mark video:  https://bibleproject.com/explore/video/mark/

Commentaries, Study Bibles, and more: https://www.feastingontruth.com/resources

Learn how to study to the Bible: https://www.feastingontruth.com/howto

Read the Book: https://www.feastingontruth.com/books

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