Sacred Texts  Bible  Bible Commentary  Index 
Mark Index
  Previous  Next 

The Scofield Bible Commentary, by Cyrus Ingerson Scofield, [1917], at

Mark Chapter 7

Mark 7:5

mar 7:5


That is, The so-called "oral law" alleged to have been handed down from Moses; really a traditional interpretation of the written law.

See margin reference, (See Scofield) - (Mar 7:7).

Mark 7:7

mar 7:7

for doctrines

as authoritative the precepts of men.

Compare (Mar 7:5).

See "Pharisees" (Mat 3:7).

(See Scofield) - (Mat 3:7).

Compare (Col 2:8); (Col 2:16); (Col 2:18); (Col 2:20); (Col 2:23).

Mark 7:11

mar 7:11

a gift

Or, I have dedicated to God that which would relieve your need; (Mar 7:12). No longer do you permit him to use it for his father or mother.

Compare (Mat 15:5); (Mat 15:6).

Mark 7:19

mar 7:19

Because it entereth

Because it does not enter into the heart of him, but into the bowels is passed -- purifying all the food.

Mark 7:26

mar 7:26


(See Scofield) - (Mat 15:21).

Mark 7:28

mar 7:28

And she

She, however, answered, saying, "True, Lord! And yet the little dogs under the table eat from the children's crumbs." (Rom 11:24); (Eph 2:11-22).

Next: Mark Chapter 8