Mark 1:14-15, AEV

Below is my translation of Mark 1:14-15 which describes the beginning of Jesus' ministry in Galilee following his baptism (1:9-11) and testing in the wilderness (1:12-13). MARK 1:14-15, AEV 14 Following the arrest of John, Jesus came into Galilee preaching the gospel of GodĀ 15 saying, "The time has been fulfilleda and the reign of Godb... Continue Reading →

Mark 1:12-13, AEV

Here is my translation of Mark 1:12-13. Mark's Gospel has the shortest version of Jesus' temptation in the wilderness when compared to the other Synoptics. John does not have this pericope at all. As usual, if you have any thoughts or questions, feel free to leave them in the comments or email me: Mark... Continue Reading →

Libby Anne’s Notes on Translating the Bible

Over at the blogĀ Love, Joy, Feminism, Libby Anne has some interesting things to say about Bible translation. Drawing from a Facebook post by author Stant Litore, Anne discusses the complications of taking words from one language and translating them into an entirely different language. As I'm currently in the process of parsing and translating the... Continue Reading →

Mark 1:9-11, AEV

Previously I had posted my own translation with notes of Mark 1:1-8. Today's post will be of Mark 1:9-11. Though only three verses in length, it is an important episode in the ministry of the Markan Jesus. Here we see his baptism both in water as well as in Spirit (see 1:8). Mark 1:9-11, AEV... Continue Reading →

Mark 1:1-8, the Amateur Exegete Version (AEV)

Part of my daily routine includes spending time in the Greek New Testament. Since last year I've been going verse-by-verse in the Gospel of Mark. For a time I was simply reading the text, consulting a couple of commentaries, and taking notes on anything I thought was interesting. These days my routine includes parsing the... Continue Reading →

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