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The Oxford Bible Commentary Line-by-line commentary for the New Revised Standard Version Bible.

Mark - Introduction

The Gospel of Mark is probably the earliest of the three synoptic gospels to be written. Although it is disputed by some, the most widely held solution today to the Synoptic Problem, the problem of the relationship between the three synoptic gospels, is that Mark's gospel was written first and was then used as a source by Matthew and Luke. That theory will not be discussed in detail here but will be assumed in what follows. (On this, see discussions on the Synoptic Problem in ch. 61 , below and e.g. Tuckett 1992 .)

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