The following entry is for a Pseudo Person, to show other sorts of interrelationshiips.

Book of Mark in the Bible

M, #2410000, b. AD 68-70
Father*Books of the Bible
RelationshipDistant relative of Robert Michael Damon
     Book of Mark in the Bible was written AD 68-70. He was the son of Books of the Bible.
     Teaching: Jesus spent much of his time teaching the people. We have rec orded two sample longer sermons (The longer 'Sermon on the Mount' 1, and the somewhat shorted 'Sermon on the Plain' 2). I do not think these examples are to portray unique events (or exact transcripts of the events they record), but are examples of what he did throughout is time, and included the major lessons he gave that did not fit elsewhere in the gospel narratives. Apostle Peter (NT) became Apostle by Jesus (NT). Apostle Andrew (Gospel) became Apostle by Jesus (NT). Apostle James (NT) became Apostle by Jesus (NT). Apostle John (NT) became Apostle by Jesus (NT). Apostle Philip (NT) became Apostle by Jesus (NT). Apostle Bartholomew (NT) became Apostle by Jesus (NT). Apostle Thomas became Apostle by Jesus (NT). Apostle Matthew Tax Collector became Apostle by Jesus (NT). Apostle James son of Alphaeus became Apostle by Jesus (NT). Apostle Thaddaeus (NT) became Apostle by Jesus (NT). Apostle Simon the Zealot (NT) became Apostle by Jesus (NT). Apostle Judas Iscarriot (Gospel) became Apostle by Jesus (NT).

Scriptures

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Navagation list of Non-Persons
Last Edited24 Jun 2018

Citations

  1. [S3] International Bible Society, editor, The Holy Bible, New International Version (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan Publishing House, 1984), Matthew 5:1-7:28. Hereinafter cited as NIV.
  2. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 6:20-40.