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Lecture 19

RELG 307 Lecture 19: RELG307 Lecture 19 NotesPremium

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Department
Religious Studies Program
Course Code
RELG 307
Professor
Turner
Lecture
19

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RELG307 Lecture 19 Notes
Gospel of Mark
o Jesus Anointed at Bethany
Woman anoints Jesus with expensive perfumes
People criticize her
Jesus praises, saying she had anointed him before his burial
the betrayal
Judas goes to priests
Watches for an opportunity to hand Jesus over
o Last Supper
First day of the Festival of Unleavened Bread
Jesus pedits that oe of the Tele ill etay hi—says it was
better for that man to have not been born
Took bread and broke it
Took wine and served
Blood is poured out for many
o Closely resembles Mark 10:45
The “o of Ma also ae ot to e seed ut to
see ad to gie His life as a aso fo ay
o Pete’s Deial is Pedited
Peter says he will never deny Christ
Jesus says oh yes you ill
o Gethsemane (GETH-SEM-AHNEE)
Jesus takes Peter, James, and John
Same group who witnessed his transfiguration
Jesus tells them to watch
Jesus sweats blood
He seems aware of the incident which is about to befall him
He ishes fo the up to e eoed ut suits to God’s ill
Jesus finds the disciples asleep
Criticizes them
the spiit is illig, ut the flesh is eak
o Mark 13
Goes back and prays, repeating the same words
They fall asleep again
o Jesus Arrested
Judas arrives with a crowd with clubs and swords
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Kisses Jesus
Jesus arrested
Young man who had been following Jesus ran away naked
o Jesus Before Sanhedrin
Could’t fid ay easo to put Jesus to death
Mark develops trail scene into illegal trial
o Was held at night, should have been held during the
daytime
o Case must be approved by more than one witness, and
many did not agree
Some spoke falsely against him
Misuotes Jesus’ peditio of the teple
falling and rising again in three days
o Peter Disowns Jesus
o Jesus Brought Before Pilate
Jesus avoids the question directly, one again
Makes no further answers
o Psalm 37, 39, Isaiah 50
The lamb led to its slaughter
People shout for Pilate to crucify him
Pilate asks what Jesus had done, they gave no answer
Only the Romans had the power to crucify someone
Pilate releases Barabbas
o Soldiers Mock Jesus
Man who claims to be king of the Jews
Jesus has never said that
o Nevertheless, they clothe him in purple with a crown of
thorns
Mock him
Isaiah 50, 53
Psalm 22
Stripped Jesus, led him to be crucified
o Jesus crucified
If Jesus is Messiah, His most significant description is the suffering
servant in Isaiah, someone who is innocent but willing to suffer for the
good of others
Also referenced in Psalms
False testimony continues in mockery
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