Mark also skips is why Jesus is being baptized by John. The other baptisms were done for the remission of sins — was this something needed by Jesus?
Mark offers no details about what happened during those forty days or how Satan tempted him. This stands in sharp contrast with other gospel accounts were we are filled in on at least some of the events that transpired during that time. This leads us to a couple of questions: why weren’t the details relevant for this, the earliest gospel? If people knew about them, why skip them? Then again, it’s strange that people knew about them — Jesus was alone, after all.
Both Muslims and serious Christians can learn a lot from Christmas, the annual celebration of the victory of paganism over the message of Jesus Christ (pbuh)
It can, therefore, be seen that the concept of a Trinity of divine beings was not an idea put forth by Jesus or any other prophet of God. This doctrine, now subscribed to by Christians all over the world, is entirely man-made in origin.