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Markos Greek

§ March 3rd, 2013 § Filed under general § Tagged Comments Off on Markos Greek

' ' The name Landmarks (in Markos Greek, of latin Marcus) was not uncommon (for former., Landmarks Antonio), and this aid to complicate the neotestamentrias references to somebody thus chamado' ' (Raymond E. Brown). With Barnab, its cousin, Landmarks follow Pablo during some time in the first trip missionary: ' ' Fond the Salamina, nailed the word of God in the synagogues of the Jews. They had with them Joo to assist them. Pablo and its friends had sailed of Pafos and had arrived the Perge, in the Panflia, of where Joo, separating itself of them, he came back toward Jerusalm' ' (At 13.5,13). ' ' Barnab wanted to lead also obtains Joo, who had for last name Landmarks.

It had such quarrel that they had broken up one of the other, and Barnab, leading I obtain Landmarks, sailed for Chipre' ' (15,37.39) and later it appears with it, prisoner in Rome: ' ' It greets you Aristarch, my friend of arrest, and Landmarks, cousin of Barnab, regarding which already you received instructions. (If this will be to have with you, receives it well) ' ' (CL 4,10). But Peter leagues itself more, treats who it for ' ' mine filho' ' in final greeting of its First Letter (l Foot 5,13). Date, place and addressees the approached date more than if can place the Evangelho of Is Marcos is between years 60 – 75 d. C. This, in view of ' ' I contest of persecution, in Rome, for return of 64' ' 1 standes out Delorme.

Landmarks, then, will have written the Evangelho little before the destruction of Jerusalem, that happened in year 70. ' ' But the specialists are not in agreement &#039 here; ' , as in Delorme says to them. It justifies saying that ' ' for some, the CAP. 13 speak of the destruction of Jerusalem as future event; information do not meet in it small the precious that we see in Mateus and Lucas and that they take in them to say that they had written after the destruction of cidade' '.