Bringing the Gospel to Life
Whether you practice prayerful reading (lectio divina), prepare homilies, lead or participate in Bible study groups, are a Scripture teacher or seminarian, you will find George Martin to be an enlightening and accessible guide to the Gospel available in four books: Johhn, Luke, Mark and Matthew. (Sold Separately)
Gospel of John
- Has profound depths of meaning, inviting the reader into the mystery of God become man. Yet plumbing its depths of meaning is not a simple task. It requires prayerful and careful reading. It is also helpful to have a guide.
- In this line-by-line exposition, you will be able to dig deeper into the Gospel, probing the meaning of each passage. The focus of this exposition is the meaning of John’s Gospel at the time of its writing as well as its meaning for us today.
- 672 Pages
Gospel of Luke
- Martin employs commonsense vocabulary and concepts as he focuses on what Luke's words meant when he wrote them, with an eye toward their meaning for our times..
- 720 Pages
Gospel of Mark
- The Gospel of Mark may be the briefest of the four Gospels, but it is the richest in detail, giving us descriptions of miracles and events in the life of Jesus found nowhere else in the Bible.
- George Martin brings Mark's words to life, focusing on its meaning in the time to its writing, as well as how this Gospel is meaningful for our lives today using common sense language and easy-to-understand concepts.
- 496 Pages
Gospel of Matthew
- Martin brings Matthew's Gospel into sharp focus in a verse-by-verse commentary, giving readers the context of the first-century meaning, and what it means to us today. Reflection questions help us to apply the biblical texts to our own lives.
- 688 Pages
Author: George Martin