The Odd Ending of Mark: Mistake or Invitation?

One of the tasks of exegesis is determining the text. On this edition of “Exegetically Speaking,” a podcast of Wheaton College, Dr. Seth Ehorn, Visiting Assistant Professor of New Testament, considers how the Gospel of Mark ends in modern translations and in early Greek manuscripts: Does the Second Gospel end in 16.8 or 16.20?  Has the last page been lost?  Has someone added some verses which weren’t in the original?  If the Gospel ends in 16.8 with the women afraid and running away, what does that mean? Seth Ehorn

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