Mark and Luke were disciples of Jesus and co-workers with Peter and Paul, respectively.Keep in mind, only 2 were disciples of Jesus (John and Matthew), Mark was a disciple of Peter, and Luke was a disciple of St. Paul. So, the latter two were not direct witnesses to the events ...
All apostles are disciples, but not all disciples are apostles, neither are they all eye-witnesses.
"... blessed are they that have not seen, but have believed" (John 20:29).
Word salad response. And don't bother trying again as it's just the same recycled nonsense.<quoted text>
ad hominem fallacy followed by more circular reasoning.
I suppose that a "fallen angel" is still technically an angel, but I wouldn't care to keep company with them.<quoted text>
Snyper has passed away to join the angels.