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The Gospel of Mark

The Gospel of Mark - Who do people say I am Three Passion...

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The Gospel of Mark Authorship Tradition: John Mark, disciple of Peter Date and Provenance Traditional location: Rome Date: 66-73 AD The Gospel of Mark has been called a “passion narrative with an extended introduction”. Structure and Plot 1:1-15 Prologue o “The beginning of the good news of Jesus Christ, the Son of God .” (1:1) o Baptism: God: “You are my Son .” (1:11) o Jesus’ Message (1:14-15) 1:16-8:26- Jesus’ Early Ministry o Call of His Disciples o Various Miracles o Controversy Stories (2:1-3:6) o Teaching in Parables (4:1-34) o The Question of Jesus’ Identity: Demon: “Holy One of God: (1:24); but the Crowds are Amazed (1:27) Demons: “Son of God” (3:11; 5:7) Disciples: “Who is this?” ($:41) Crowds: “Is this not the carpenter, the son of Mary?” (6:2-3) o 8:27-13:37- Jesus’ Later Ministry Turning Point: Caesarea Philippi (8:27-33)
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Unformatted text preview: Who do people say I am? Three Passion Predictions: 8:31-33; 9:30-32; 10:32-34 Transfiguration: God: This is my Son (9:7) o 14:1-15:47- The Passion Narrative Last Supper Gethsemane Betrayal by Judas Denial by Peter Trial before Sanhedrin Are you the Messiah, the Son of the Blessed One? (14:61) Trial before Pilate Mocked by Roman soldiers Crucifixion Jesus is mocked: Let the Messiah, the King of Israel, come down from the cross (15:32) The Centurion: Truly this man was Gods Son! (15:39) Mark is suggesting that to truly understand Jesus identity, you have to understand it within the context of the crucifixion. Messianic Secret- Jesus says dont tell them who I am...
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