New Harmony: Should you mark up the gospel of Mark?


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  • Henry Drummond San Jose, CA
    Aug. 3, 2013 10:24 a.m.

    I remembering reading a used book in graduate school that must have been used ten times before I got it. It was interesting to see markings, made in different colors of ink, and made at different times. There were also a lot of marginal notations and comments made by the various students who had preceded me. It was almost like reading a book with ten people looking over your shoulder and shouting out comments as I read. Sometimes it was interesting, but I frequently found myself wishing they would all just pipe down and let me read the book myself.