Daniel Rey

New light on the New Testament

Candida Moss reveals that many New Testament texts, including St Mark’s Gospel, were penned by enslaved scribes who became influential interpreters of Christian scripture

St Mark, portrayed in an 11th-century manuscript in Admont Abbey, Styria. [Getty Images]

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