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NEW TESTAMENT (New Jerusalem version), Set  3: The Gospel According to Mark

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NEW TESTAMENT (New Jerusalem version), Set 3: The Gospel According to Mark

Composer(s)Bible - New Testament
Artist(s) Guthrie, David, reader
Genre Spoken Word
Category Sacred Texts
Catalogue Genesis-S003
Label Genesis
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NEW TESTAMENT (New Jerusalem version), Set 3: The Gospel According to Mark 2:00:58   
DISC 1
  The Gospel according to Mark (New Jerusalem version)          
      Mark Title 0:05       
      Mark 1:1-8 The proclamation of John the Baptist 1:33       
      Mark 1:9-11 Jesus is baptised 0:32       
      Mark 1:12-13 Testing in the desert 0:17       
      Mark 1:14-15 Jesus begins to proclaim the message 0:23       
      Mark 1:16-20 The first four disciples are called 0:45       
      Mark 1:21-28 Jesus in Capernaum and cures a demoniac 1:14       
      Mark 1:29-31 Cure of Simon's mother-in-law 0:27       
      Mark 1:32-34 A number of cures 0:23       
      Mark 1:35-39 Jesus quietly leaves Capernaum and travels through Galilee 0:38       
      Mark 1:40-45 Cure of a man suffering from a virilent skin disease 1:02       
      Mark 2:1-12 Cure of a paralytic 1:54       
      Mark 2:13-14 The call of Levi 0:21       
      Mark 2:15-17 Eating with sinners 0:38       
      Mark 2:18-22 A discussion on fasting 1:25       
      Mark 2:23-38 Picking corn on the Sabbath 1:10       
      Mark 3:1-6 Cure of the man with the withered hand 1:05       
      Mark 3:7-12 The crowds follow Jesus 0:52       
      Mark 3:13-19 The apppointment of the Twelve 1:03       
      Mark 3:20-21 His family are concerned about Jesus 0:13       
      Mark 3:22-30 Allegations of the scribes 1:19       
      Mark 3:31-35 The true kinspeople of Jesus 1:35       
      Mark 4:1-9 Parable of the sower 1:46       
      Mark 4:10-12 Why Jesus spoke in parables 0:42       
      Mark 4:13-20 The parable of the sower explained 1:36       
      Mark 4:21-23 Receiving and handing on the teaching of Jesus 0:33       
      Mark 4:24-25 Parable of the measure 0:33       
      Mark 4:26-29 Parable of the seed growing by itself 0:41       
      Mark 4:30-32 Parable of the mustard seed 0:40       
      Mark 4:33-34 The use of parables 0:22       
      Mark 4:35-41 The calming of the storm 1:20       
      Mark 5:1-10 The Gerasene domoniac 3:06       
      Mark 5:21-43 Cure of the woman with a haemorrhage. The daughter of Jairus healed 4:04       
      Mark 6:1-6 A visit to Nazareth 1:09       
      Mark 6:7-13 The mission of the Twelve 1:06       
      Mark 6:14-16 Herod and Jesus 0:41       
      Mark 6:17-29 John the Baptist beheaded 2:30       
      Mark 6:30-44 First miracle of the loaves 2:38       
      Mark 6:45-52 Jesus walks on water 1:26       
      Mark 6:53-56 Cures at Gennesaret 0:42       
      Mark 7:1-13 The tradition of the Pharisees 2:41       
      Mark 7:14-23 On clean and unclean 1:59       
      Mark 7:24-30 The daughter of the Syro-Phonecian woman healed 1:21       
      Mark 7:31-37 Healing of the deaf man 1:13       
      Mark 8:1-10 Second miracle of the loaves 1:34       
      Mark 8:11-13 The Pharisees ask for a sign from heaven 0:28       
      Mark 8:14-21 The yeast of the Pharisees and of Herod 1:32       
      Mark 8:22-26 Cure of a blind man at Bethsaida 0:55       
      Mark 8:27-30 Peter's profession of faith 0:46       
      Mark 8:31-33 First prophecy of the passion 0:46       
      Mark 8:34 to 9:1 The condition of following Christ 1:26       
      Mark 9:2-8 The Transfiguration 1:24       
      Mark 9:9-13 The question about Elijah 1:04       
      Mark 9:14-29 The epileptic demoniac 2:40       
      Mark 9:30-32 Second prophecy of the passion 0:25       
      Mark 9:33-37 Who is the greatest? 1:12       
      Mark 9:38-40 On using the name of Jesus 0:31       
      Mark 9:41 Generosity shown to Christ's disciples 0:14       
      Mark 9:42-50 On leading others astray 1:34       
      Mark 10:1-12 The question about divorce 1:47       
      Mark 10:13-16 Jesus and the children 0:42       
      Mark 10:17-22 The rich young man 1:20       
      Mark 10:23-27 The danger of riches 1:16       
      Mark 10:28-31 The reward of renunciation 1:01       
      Mark 10:32-34 Third prophecy of the passion 0:48       
      Mark 10:35-40 The sons of Zebedee make their request 1:23       
      Mark 10:41-45 Leadership with service 1:01       
      Mark 10:46-52 The blind man of Jericho 1:34       
DISC 2
  The Gospel according to Mark (New Jerusalem version)          
      Mark 11:1-11 the Messiah enters Jerusalem 1:44       
      Mark 11:12-14 The barren fig tree 0:32       
      Mark 11:15-19 The expulsion of the dealers from the temple 1:00       
      Mark 11:20-25 The fig tree withered. Faith and prayer 1:11       
      Mark 11:27-33 The authority of Jesus is questioned 1:22       
      Mark 12:1-12 Parable of the wicked tenants 2:08       
      Mark 12:13-17 On tribute to Caesar 1:22       
      Mark 12:18-27 The resurrection of the dead 1:51       
      Mark 12:28-34 The greatest commandment of all 1:30       
      Mark 12:35-37 Jesus not only son but also Lord of David 0:38       
      Mark 12:38-40 The scribes condemned by Jesus 0:28       
      Mark 12:41-44 The widow's mite 0:54       
      Mark 13:1-4 The eschatological discourse- Introduction 0:50       
      Mark 13:5-13 The beginning of sorrows 1:22       
      Mark 13:14-23 The great triulation of Jerusalem 1:13       
      Mark 13:24-27 The coming of the Son of man 0:36       
      Mark 13:28-32 The time of this coming 0:45       
      Mark 13:33-37 Be on the alert 0:47       
      Mark 14:1-2 The conspiracy against Jesus 0:22       
      Mark 14:3-9 The anointing at Bethany 1:25       
      Mark 14:10-11 Judas betrays Jesus 0:26       
      Mark 14:12-16 Preparations for the Passover supper 0:52       
      Mark 14:17-21 The treachery of Judas foretold 0:50       
      Mark 14:22-25 The institution of the eucharist 0:49       
      Mark 14:26-31 Peter's denial foretold 1:01       
      Mark 14:32-42 Gethsemane 2:15       
      Mark 14:43-52 The arrest 1:18       
      Mark 14:53-65 Jesus before the Sanhedrin 2:05       
      Mark 14:66-72 Peter's denials 1:25       
      Mark 15:1-15 Jesus before Pilate 2:27       
      Mark 15:16-20 Jesus crowned with thorns 0:37       
      Mark 15:21-22 The way of the cross 0:24       
      Mark 15:23-28 The crucifixion 0:33       
      Mark 15:29-32 The crucified Jesus is mocked 0:36       
      Mark 15:33-39 The death of Jesus 1:12       
      Mark 15:40-41 The women on Calvary 0:23       
      Mark 15:42-47 The burial 1:06       
      Mark 16:1-8 The empty tomb - The angel's message 1:33       
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