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March 4, 2008 4 Gospels in the Cannon 367 on: dozens of Cannon lists By the end of 4 th Century: we have a Cannon Early documents Best place to begin to trace Jesus’ history must look at other Gospels as well historical and sociological context 4 Gospels not attribution of authorship, no autograph Gospel of Mark does not suggest Mark is the author, it is the name of the document pseudepigraphical 1 st 3 rd of Christianity Jesus’ birth 2 nd 3 rd 33 and 66CE birth of the Church to death of Paul no Gospels written docetism : suggestion that Jesus only appeared to be human, full divine sacrifice and atonement only seems like sacrifice and atonement doesn’t work for people who come to Christianity through Judaism scholars in the academy Mark believed to be written around 70 destruction of the temple in Mark is eminent apocalyptic gospel Jesus in Mark teacher messianic secret : Jesus never claims to be a Messiah or the son of God in Mark demons say Jesus is Messiah no resurrection in Mark in 7 th century, resurrection is added
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course RELI 1001 taught by Professor Eaglen during the Spring '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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