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Test Prep one - Christology in Mark 01:02 A1 is b/c it...

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Unformatted text preview: Christology in Mark 01:02 A1: is b/c it characterizes Jesus and sets up Markan irony A1: Jesus as “son of God” A16: John only points to Jesus: “after me comes…” A13: Isaiah prophet – “prepare the way of the Lord, make his path straight” – was used only of God in OT A13: Jesus is mightier than John, baptizes with spirit while John does with water A16: John is not worthy to untie his sandals A18: baptism is linked with his death; uses “son” to describe Jesus, which is rarely used in Mark to describe Jesus (only transfiguration and resurrection) A18: only Jesus hears the truth about him as the son Voice, spirit descending, and heavens being ripped apart A18: Jesus is son as God’s relationship with Israel A20: Jesus’ first clash with evil is during the temptation in the wilderness/decisive defeat/or his whole ministry is in clash with Satan A30: authority of Jesus and response to his actions A35/36: Jesus’ authority is greater than of the scribes Connection between authority and exorcism Amazement over his authority during exorcism; Mark elevates demons’ power to show awesome Jesus is Unclean spirit knows who is/Jesus can order it out A:37-40: Miracles All are Christological b/c they present Jesus’ authority and demand belief in Jesus as the son of God Nature miracles show Jesus power to save and judge; prepare for the work of God within you A43: Scribe response to Jesus’ words of forgiveness First time Jesus claims to do something only God can do; “who can forgive sins but God the One” The scribes minds are read by Jesus = divine prerogative one A44-47: “I came not to call the righteous but the sinner” Jesus’ power to forgive is greater than the power of uncleanliness, which shows the authority of Jesus Jesus is here, there’s no need to fast (bridegroom) New situation has arisen in which the rules are set aside – “the son of man is lord even of the Sabbath” A48,49,116-118,121: Sending out of the disciples Jesus is not one of them, he is over them = echoes God and the nation of Israel A125,126,128,130: light Those who listen to Jesus will receive according to their response A90-01: stilling of the storm and legion Disciples call him teacher Rebukes disciples their lack of faith in him Control over natural world is something only God can do = divine prerogative They are amazed and ask “who is this with such authority?”They are amazed and ask “who is this with such authority?...
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