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RELG 307 Lecture 16: RELG307 Lecture 16 Notes
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Spring 2017

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Religious Studies Program
Course Code
RELG 307
Professor
Turner
Lecture
16

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RELG307 Lecture 16 Notes
Gospel of Mark
o Mark, an apostle of Jesus
Mark is’t iluded i a of the offiial lists of Apostles
o It egis…
Ter egiig a refer to ertai poit of tet
Ter gospel
Luke does’t use this ter—instead speaks of Word of God
Essetiall eas good es
o Christian context: story about Jesus as savior of humanity
o Jesus died on the cross for others
o God rose Him from the dead
o Prophecy
3 predictions Jesus takes—the “o of Ma’s passio/ruifiio
being handed over
dying
rising on the third day
they will all be excluded from the synagogue
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find more resources at oneclass.com RELG307 Lecture 16 Notes  Gospel of Mark o Mark, an apostle of Jesus  Mark is▯’t i▯▯luded i▯ a▯▯ of the offi▯ial lists of Apostles o It ▯egi▯s…  Ter▯ ▯▯egi▯▯i▯g▯ ▯a▯ refer to ▯ertai▯ poi▯t of te▯t  Ter▯ ▯gospel▯  Luke does▯’t use this ter▯—instead speaks of Word of God  Esse▯tiall▯ ▯ea▯s ▯good ▯e▯s▯ o Christian context: story about Jesus as savior of humanity o Jesus died on the cross for others o God rose Him from the dead o Prophecy  3 predictions Jesus takes—the “o▯ of Ma▯’s passio▯/▯ru▯ifi▯io▯  being handed over  dying  rising on the third day  they will all be excluded from the synagogue find more resources at oneclass.com find more resources at oneclass.com  families of believers will undergo discrimination  false messiahs  destruction of Temple o John the Baptist  Judean countryside and all of Jerusalem came to him to be baptized  Confessed their sins  ▯O▯e ▯o▯es ▯ho is greater tha▯ I…I a▯ ▯ot ▯orth▯ to u▯tie his sa▯dals▯  ▯I ▯aptize ▯ou ▯ith ▯ater, ▯ut he ▯ill ▯aptize ▯ou ▯ith the Hol▯ “pirit▯ o Baptism and Testing of Jesus  Came from Nazareth  Baptized by John in Jordan  Heavens opened and Spirit descended upon him/into him like a dove  Voice from heaven  ▯You are ▯▯ ▯elo▯ed “o▯, ▯ith ▯ou I a▯ ▯ell pleased▯ o Psalm 2  Sent out to be tempted in wilderness  Forty days o Jesus Announces Good News  The Kingdom of God is at hand o Jesus Calls His First Disciples  Calls Simon and Andrew  Make you fishers of men  Immediately left nets and followed  James and John  Immediately left their father Zebedee o Jesus Drives Out an Impure Spirit  Capernaum on Sabbath day  A lot of things that Jesus does, He does on the Sabbath o This is supposed to be a day of rest o Controversy stories/debates between Jesus and the law  De▯ate does▯’t ▯o▯e up o▯ this parti▯ular ▯ase, will later  Jesus calls out the evil spirit from a man  Ma▯ ▯ried out ▯What ha▯e ▯ou to do ▯ith us? Ha▯e ▯ou ▯o▯e to destroy us? I k▯o▯ ▯ho ▯ou are, the hol▯ o▯e of God!▯ o I=the demon  Key point throughout this Gospel find more resources at oneclass.com find more resources at oneclass.com  The o▯l▯ o▯es ▯ho reall▯ k▯o▯ Jesus’ identity as the Son of God are demons, not humans o One exception: John the Baptist 
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