Book Review

Book Review

An Analysis Of The Gospel Of Mark — Harold St. John, Pickering and Inglis Ltd., London, England.

John Mark gives us a record of the labours of Jehovah’s Perfect Servant; not as an eye-witness, but as he had learned of them from Peter. He wrote especially for the benefit of Roman Christians in order that they enjoy those incidents that he had heard Peter narrate so frequently.

Mr. St John treats this Gospel in a most extraordinary manner. An analysis is only a skeleton, and most skeletons are lifeless and ugly. This volume is much more than a mere analysis; it is full of action and vitality. Moreover, it is very informative, fragrantly spiritual, and definitely inspirational.

The author possessed a clear insight into the geography and the customs of the Holy Land at the time of Christ. This along with his profound knowledge of all parts of the Holy Scriptures, makes his work invaluable.

Highly recommended. Price, $3.00. Christian Book Room, 853 Bloor St. W. Toronto, Canada.

Unger’s Bible Dictionary — Merril F. Unger, Moody Press, Chicago, U.S.A.

Here, in one volume, is an excellent Bible Encyclopaedia. It has been prepared in the light of the latest historical, archaeological, and linguistic discoveries. There are many photographs, maps, and drawings, Everything humanly possible has been done to give the exact and specific information the reader of the Bible needs.

This dictionary is most highly recommended. Price $8.95, Christian Book Room. 853 Bloor St. W. Toronto, Ontario.