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    The Gospel of Mark Mark gospel was written to show that Jesus Christ is the messiah. The gospel of Mark explains who Jesus is as a person and what he is like. The messages of Jesus’ teachings are shown through what he did and said. Circa 55-65 AD was most likely the first gospel written since all but 31 verses are found in Mathew‚ Luke and John’s gospel. Mark gospel was written to inspire the Christians in Rome aswell as the wider church. The gospel of Mark was written in Rome. Jereusalem

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    Christian Gospel

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    What are some ways the Christian gospel is perceived in our Culture The Gospel of Christian is alleged in our traditions in many customs. Most people have the perception that if you are a Christian you feel you are holier than a non-believer. What they do not understand is that‚ when anyone makes the choice to become a Christian‚ they make life-long changes in their lives. On several occasions‚ friends and sometimes family become offended with the choices you make in becoming a Christian. In my

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    "The Gospel Message" article in the Module/Week 4 Reading & Study folder‚ answer the following questions (250–300 words). These questions are to be answered in separate paragraphs. 1 What are some ways the Christian gospel is perceived in our culture? 2 What are some specific moral reasons people may reject the Christian gospel? 3 What are some specific emotional reasons people may reject the Christian gospel? 4 What are some specific intellectual reasons people may reject the Christian gospel? 5 What

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    Gospel of Luke

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    Rel. 2040 November 14‚ 2012 “The Gospel of Luke RP” Knowledge was power back around 80-90 ce when Luke was written. Some say knowledge is power in this day and age‚ but don’t forget about it’s who you know as well. How do you define what power is? Well‚ Luke was a physician‚ able to speak the Greek language efficiently and effectively‚ and his vocabulary was as deep as an officers’ on a submarine. Luke is the only non-Jewish Gospel author to introduce his work with a formal statement of purpose

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    Gospel of Matthew: Discipleship Model The gospel of Matthew’s overarching theme can be summarized in the Great Commission‚ Matthew 28:16-20. It is for the Jewish Christian Community that Matthew writes his gospel. His goal is to assist with the development of a missionary culture that will match the challenges of his community and he uses his gospel as a vehicle to accomplish his goal. (Bosch: 59) Matthew‚ through his gospel‚ suggests that the differences between the Pharisaic Jews and the

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    Jesus In The Gospels

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    the way Jesus is portrayed in the different gospels? I think Jesus is portrayed as a righteous man who has a lot of power and influence. In the Gospels Jesus is also portrayed as God. In my understanding of the Gospels I believe Jesus is portrayed as the only perfect person to ever walk on the face of the earth. I believe that Jesus is portrayed as having some prophet-like knowledge‚ and he never goes out of his way to explain who he is. The Gospels portray Jesus as a divine being and he becomes

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    The Four Gospels

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    The Four Gospels The word ’gospel’ means good news. There are four gospel accounts in the New Testament: Matthew‚ Mark‚ Luke and John. The first three gospels are sometimes called the ’synoptic’ (same view) gospels. This is because they each cover teaching and miracles by Jesus that are also covered in another account. John‚ writing later‚ recounts Jesus’ other words and miracles that have a particular spiritual meaning. All four gospels present Jesus as both the Son of God and son of man. They

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    | Matthew | Mark | Luke | WHO wrote this Gospel? | Tradition ascribes it to the Apostle Matthew | John Mark‚ a disciple of St Peter | A Syrian (named Luke) from Antioch who was a physician and friend of St. Paul | WHEN was it written? | Possibly after the destruction of the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem in AD 70 | 64 AD | Between AD 65 and 80 | WHERE was it supposed to be written? | Antioch in Syria | Rome | Corinth in Greece | WHO was it written for? | Primarily for Jewish converts to Christianity

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    The Synoptic Gospels

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    The Synoptic Gospels INTRODUCTION For centuries‚ the subject of synoptic gospels had fascinated Bible scholars and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. This is because the account of the life and work of the greatest Man in history cannot but elicit both religious and scholarly actions and reactions as man tries to find the meaning to his fleeting existence on earth. As Richard Bauckham puts it‚ this is all “…a matter of seemingly endless interest to believers‚ half-believers‚ ex-believers

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    Synoptic Gospels

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    these stated books are the Gospels. Of these four Gospels‚ only three are considered to be part of the Synoptic Gospels. The Synoptic Gospels consist of three books pertaining to the New Testament: The Gospel of Mark‚ Matthew and Luke which─ by the fact they are arranged in three vertically aligned columns ─are cable of being compared and contrasted to one another for the purpose of analysis concerning the texts‚ stories‚ parables and events that each of these Gospels possess. The word “Synoptic”

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