Despite what modern Christian historians would like to be true, the Gospel of Mark was not originally a written document. Like all oral works, it includes tricks—called mnemonics—to memorize the content. Mark’s mnemonics are revealed in this book.
• VISUALIZE & MEMORIZE the book of Mark
• DISCOVER the importance of miracles big and small
• PRESENT the gospel with greater understanding
• EXPLAIN the real meanings Jesus’ lessons
• UNDERSTAND Mark’s relationship to other gospels
Based on 15 years of research, using the best scholarship on memory, language, and religion, we developed a patent-pending process for backwards-engineering Mark’s mnemonics. This powerful book allows you to quickly learn and deliver the gospel as it was meant to be given.
with headers and flags, so you know who is speaking and can easily follow the action
for each section, plus notes and essays to prompt you to dig deeper
Graphs & Analysis
that help you make sense of the differences between Gospels
to bring concepts of Jesus’ lessons to life
Composed and Designed by April Carter Grant
April Carter Grant, A.A. has worked in creative management in advertising, travel, and consumer goods. She has contributed writing, editing, and design to hundreds of publications.
with Research Support from Paul B. Andreassen
Paul B. Andreassen, A.B., M.A., M. Phil., Ph.D. has taught at Harvard and has done sabbaticals at MIT and the Levy Economics Institute of Bard College. He then worked in finance and the travel industry before moving into research on religion.