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    Max McLean Performs The Gospel of Mark

    For many years I have been something of a fan of Max McLean. He is widely recognized for his outstanding voice recordings of the Bible, both in the NIV and ESV, but that is by no means the end of his talent. For years he has thrilled audiences with his public performances of Genesis and of Mark’s Gospel, requiring both an amazing memory and remarkable acting skills.

    I’ve had the privilege of meeting Max a couple of times while at Ligonier Ministries Pastors’ Conferences and consider him to be a super talented and yet humble man of God with a close relationship with the Lord.

    This morning I was thrilled to learn that his performance of Mark’s Gospel is now available on DVD. More than that, it is available to watch free of charge through youtube. As just a sample, here is Max “performing” Mark chapter 4 where Jesus teaches on the Parable of the Sower:

    Justin Taylor has taken the time to post each of the 16 chapters of Mark at his site here. Enjoy! - JS

    Posted by John Samson on December 30, 2010 04:17 PM

    Comments

    Lovely, just lovely and grand!

    He does my horribleness well!

    Who is He ... obey Him?!

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