The Gospel According to Mark
written in American Sign Language (ASL)


Transcribed from the Deaf Missions ASL Video
and written in SignWriting by James Orlow
of the St Clair Shores Deaf Church, Michigan


Gospel Mark in ASL

Download Complete 16 Chapters
541 Page Book in PDF:


The Gospel According to Mark in
Written American Sign Language




 


Download Individual Chapters of Mark:


Download Mark Ch 1
 
Download Mark Ch 5

Download Mark Ch 6

 


Read Mark on the Web in SignPuddle Online
:

Read Mark Ch 1 on Web
 
Read Mark Ch 5 on Web

Read Mark Ch 6 on Web

 


Credits

Gospel According to Mark
DeafMissions Video Transcription


Transcribed from the ASLVideo
entitled "DeafMissions Bible"
into SignWriting in SignPuddle Online
by James Orlow

With permission to transcribe
from
Deaf Missions
by Deaf Missions Inc.


Funded and Edited by:
St Clair Shores Deaf Church, Michigan
Project Director: Pastor Ron Dettloff

Written using the International
SignWriting Alphabet (ISWA 2010))

by Valerie Sutton

Prepared using SignPuddle Software
by Stephen Slevinski

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Video Above:
Ed, from Michigan, explains that he is born-Deaf.
Ed says he doesn't know SignWriting in depth
but that he became interested and studied
it a little, and over time he started to understand it .
Ed then reads SignWriting "out loud" by
signing in ASL what he reads from a section
of the Bible that is written in ASL.
He reads Chapter 3, Verse 16 from the
"Gospel According to John".

...Read about the Shores Deaf Church in Michigan...



About The
Written ASL Bible Project

Sign languages are rich languages with sophisticated grammars and large vocabularies. There are hundreds of sign languages in the world, and all of them can be written with the SignWriting script, since SignWriting writes body movement.

American Sign Language (ASL) is one of the most used languages in the United States and English-speaking Canada.

The Center for Sutton Movement Writing is a 501c3 educational non-profit organization that is sponsoring the Written ASL Bible Project.


 


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