Who wrote the first gospel?

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Eventually some stories were written down. The first written documents probably included an account of the death of Jesus and a collection of sayings attributed to him. Then, in about the year 70, the evangelist known as Mark wrote the first "gospel" -- the words mean "good news" about Jesus.

Eventually some stories were written down. The first written documents probably included an account of the death of Jesus and a collection of sayings attributed to him. Then, in about the year 70, the evangelist known as Mark wrote the first "gospel" -- the words mean "good news" about Jesus.Eventually some stories were written down. The first written documents probably included an account of the death of Jesus
death of Jesus
According to the canonical gospels, Jesus was arrested and tried by the Sanhedrin, and then sentenced by Pontius Pilate to be scourged, and finally crucified by the Romans.
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and a collection of sayings attributed to him. Then, in about the year 70, the evangelist known as Mark wrote the first "gospel" -- the words mean "good news" about Jesus.

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Scholars have demonstrated that Mark's Gospel was the first New Testament to be written. This can be seen because the Gospels of Matthew and Luke were both based on Mark, and then John's Gospel is loosely based on both Luke and Mark. Of course, knowing which gospel was the earliest of the New Testament gospels does not tell us who actually wrote it. All the New Testament gospels were originally anonymous and only attributed to the apostles whose names they now bear, later in the second century. Biblical scholars say there is no good reason to accept those attributions, so we do not know who actually wrote Mark's Gospel.

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