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Final-guide-1 - REL 121g R. F. Hock Fall 2010 FINAL...

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REL 121g R. F. Hock Fall 2010 FINAL EXAMINATION STUDY GUIDE Two formal features of parables Synopsis Apodidomi and the “unmerciful slave” Q Apolambano and the father’s behavior Two-source theory How father mitigated elder son’s anger John Mark and Mk 7:31 Aristocrats as good Ti/j kai\ po/qen & Mark Classification of ta agatha Mark’s use of prophecy Foolishness of the rich man Visit of householder to estate Three behaviors of philanthropia Comparing Jesus and Astylos Great commandment as social marker Jesus as mediating Son Great commandment as essence of law Role of passion predictions Great commandment as piety and philanthropia Temple as cave for brigands Acts as secondary source Arrested as if a brigand Earliest Christian creed Jesus and Barabbas Humiliation/exaltation pattern Empty tomb stories Two characteristics of hymns Structure of Mark’s gospel Hymn to Christ Role of beloved disciple Paul’s dual citizenships Friendship pairs Saul/Paul Jesus and Beloved disciple Paul’s Damascus Road experience
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