Chapter 6 Jesus and the Gospels

Chapter 6 Jesus and - Chapter 6 Jesus and the Gospels Gospels lead out New Testament Jesus=born Bethlehem Jesus was raised from the dead and this

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Chapter 6 Jesus and the Gospels Gospels lead out New Testament Jesus=born Bethlehem Jesus was raised from the dead and this was seen as symbol of end times oral tradition to eventual writing=gospels Matthew, Mark, Luke are synoptic gospels “seeing the whole world together” Synoptic problem - concerned with the relationship among synoptic gospels, too similar? Did someone copy? Two-Source Hypothesis- Mark’s Gospel was first, Mathew and Luke follow and had access to Mark’s gospel and another source (Source Q) Mark Q Matthew Luke Mark-first century gentile Matthew-Jewish-Christian Luke-follower of Paul, a physician and a gentile Luke was writing for someone named Theophilus or “lover of God” and is believed to be a wealthy patron John-different from synoptic gospels and contains different stories, Jewish Christian suffering from persecution from other Jews Christology-teachings of Jesus as Christ Mark Christology- Jesus the suffering servant of God/Wonder Worker Messianic Secret-
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2009 for the course BCOR 1010 taught by Professor Latier,jef during the Fall '07 term at Colorado.

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Chapter 6 Jesus and - Chapter 6 Jesus and the Gospels Gospels lead out New Testament Jesus=born Bethlehem Jesus was raised from the dead and this

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