|Reading the Text:
NRSV (with link to Anglicized NRSV) at Oremus Bible Browser.
Greek Interlinear Bible, ScrTR, ScrTR t, Strong, Parsing, CGTS, CGES
The Bible Gateway:
NRSV, RSV, NIV, NASB, CEV, The Message, KJV, etc.
- The Blue Letter Bible.
KJV, alternate versions, Greek text with concordance, commentaries.
- The World
Wide Study Bible includes commentary & sermons.
|Historical References, Commentary and
|Contemporary Commentary, Studies, and Exegesis:
"The End of
Days," Larry Broding's Word-Sunday.Com: A Catholic
Resource for This Sunday's Gospel. Adult Study, Children's Story, Family
Activity, Support Materials.
- "What does the phrase 'end of
days' mean to you?"
|Articles & Background:|
The Longer Ending,"
"Resurrection Appearances of Jesus,"
"A Textual and
Structural Analysis of Mark 16:9-20," Matthew D. McDill, Filologia,
- "The purpose of this study is to address two
questions: 1) Should Mark 16:9-20 be included in biblical exegesis and
2) If so, what are the structural features of this passage that might
aid in its interpretation?"
"The Authenticity of Mark
16:9-20," Jim Snapp II, Minister, Curtisville Christian Church, IN.
- "I believe that the
empirical evidence supports the view that the Long Ending was contained in
the Gospel of Mark in the form in which it was first produced for
distribution in the church, and that it was accepted as Scripture
everywhere except in one Egyptian locale (probably Alexandria), where -
due to an accident or a copyist's misinterpretation - it was temporarily
the Great Commission," Mortimer Arias,
Iliff School of Theology, Theology Today, 1991.
- "It is to our churches, and to
us as we are, that the Great Commission is entrusted today. It is up
to us to receive it and be faithful to it. We count with the promise
of the last mandate: "I am with you always, to the end of the
16:16-18: An Alternative," James F. Myers, Chafer Theological
Seminary Journal, 2001.
Mark 16:18 AROUSIN, from B-Greek Archives.
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from ATLAS, an online collection of religion and theology journals, are
ATLAS Access options are available for academic institutions, alumni of
selected theological schools, and clergy/church offices.|
- Fullmer, Paul M., Resurrection in
Mark's Literary-Historical Perspective, T&T Clark, 2007.
by Pheme Perkins and John Dart, Review of Biblical Literature, 2008.
- Upton, Bridget Gilfillan, Hearing
Mark's Endings: Listening to Ancient Popular Texts through Speech Act Theory.
by W.R. Telford, Review of Biblical Literature, 2008.
Commission," Illustrating the Story (lessons, children's sermons),
coloring pages, activity sheets, crafts, children's songs. MSSS Crafts.
"Randy's Amazing Grades,"
children's story by Larry Broding, word-sunday.com.
"Jesus Tells the
Disciples What To Do,"
"Jesus Walks to
Emmaus with His Friends,"
Lessons: Family Bible Study, art projects, music, stories, etc.
Mark 15 & 16 Word Search, Don Crownover's
|Graphics & Bulletin Materials:|
Mark 16:15-18, Liturgical Drawing,
Maria d.c. Zamora, Claretian
Resources, Philippines. ("Download and use these for
Ascension 2, Clip Art,
Anglican Diocese of Dunedin, New Zealand.
|Hymns and Music:
|Fine Arts Images Linked at The Text This Week's
|Movies scenes with the following themes,
listed at The Text This Week's Movie Concordance:
|The above links are for the study of
specifically Mark's resurrection account. See also Study Links and Resources for the
general Accounts of Jesus'
|Study Links and Resources for the
Book of Mark|