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Unformatted text preview: It is during this time that it seems as if Jesus is proving that he is the Son of God, but at the same time he tries to be discreet about it and attempts to stay unknown. Soon enough Jesus is faced with opposition and doubt, and then he begins to foretell his own unfortunate fate. People turn against him and accuse him of heretic and violent plans. Eventually Jesus predictions play themselves out and he is betrayed, crucified, and then reborn three days later. An interesting aspect of Marks Gospel is that there are two endings. One is more abrupt and ends quickly after Jesus Resurrection is discovered, saying that his message spread from east to west. The slightly longer version goes on to explain how Jesus appears and speaks to many people who dont believe what they see, and then Jesus ascends into the Kingdom of Heaven at the right hand of God....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course RELI 120 taught by Professor Thompson during the Fall '08 term at Gonzaga.
- Fall '08
- The New Testament