* An illuminating portrait of John Mark, Gospel author, Paul's companion, and founder of the Alexandrian church. Calling for a radical reassessement of early church history, Oden draws on archaeological evidence, as well as African synaxaries and other little known sources, to reveal how the African understanding of Mark's life correlates with established biblical tradition. 240 pages, softcover from InterVarsity.
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