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SGMSociety for General Microbiology
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SGMServicio Geologico Mexicano (Spanish: Mexican Geological Service)
SGMSexual and Gender Minority (population sector)
SGMSpecial General Meeting
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SGMScripture Gift Mission (now: Lifewords UK)
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SGMSandwich Glass Museum (Sandwich, MA, USA)
SGMSafeguard Memory
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SGMSystematic Generator Matrix/Matrices
SGMSociety of Gesture Makers
SGMSelling Group Member
SGMSystems Group Manager
SGMSchweizer Gesellschaft für Meteorologie (Swiss Meteorological Society)
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For instance, the detailed account of the heated debate over the Secret Gospel of Mark "discovered" by Morton Smith, which the author concludes with his own carefully considered view, is a fascinating insight into some complex and emotive issues (67-89).
Marvin Meyer's Secret Gospels: Essays on Thomas and the Secret Gospel of Mark (Trinity Press International, $23) collects ten essays, six on the Gospel of Thomas and four on the Secret Gospel of Mark, all but one published earlier.
The origin of this association with Alexandria seems difficult to explain, though a linkage with some secret gospel of Mark may be a possible explanation; (4) the portraits of Mark in patristic literature often appear to have been accommodated to the specific leanings of the various portraitists.
150-213 C.E.), the contents of which, according to Smith, "were nothing less than sensational." Clement was upset at Church expansion and those "wandering stars," those "slaves of servile desires" whose teachings were "unspeakable." In his epistolary hysteria, Clement reveals that the Alexandrine church was actually in possession of a "Secret Gospel of Mark" (a mustikou euaggeliou) which was read "only to those who are being initiated into the great mysteries [megala musteria]." By arguing vehemently against it, Clement reveals that esoteric Christian practices involved something called "gumnos gumno," which means "naked man with naked man." In so doing, Clement inadvertently divulges juicy material about the private life of Jesus.
There are four excurses along the way (on 2: 1-3: 6, the classes of the Sanhedrin with reference to jesus' passion, the Secret Gospel of Mark, and the chronology of Mark 11), and at the end there are treatments of the purpose of Mark, the origin of his Gospel, its outline, and its literary genre.