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Date: 60-75 C.E.
Description: Mark is the traditional name given to one of the three synoptic Gospels describing the birth, ministry, passion, death, and resurrection of Jesus. Mark is notable for being considered by a majority of scholars as the earliest written Gospel and the foundation for the Gospels of Luke and Matthew. Mark was a native Greek speaker who was likely not an eyewitness of Jesus but may have been an interpreter and codifier of Peter.
Brown, Raymond E. An Introduction to the New Testament, Doubleday, 1997
- Mark 1:10 - Mekhilta d'Rabbi Ishmael 14:13
- Mark 1:44 - Taanit 23b
- Mark 2:16 - Avot D'Rabbi Natan 2
- Mark 2:27 - Yoma 85b
- Mark 2:27 - Mekhilta d'Rabbi Ishmael 31:13
- Mark 3:34 - Mishnah Bava Metzia 2:11
- Mark 8:23 - Shabbat 108b
- Mark 8:35 - Tamid 32a
- Mark 10:13 - Soferim 18
- Mark 14:36 - Leviticus Rabbah 32:1