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Lecture 24

RELG 307 Lecture 24: RELG307 Lecture 24 Notes
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RELG307 Lecture 24 Notes
Luke oits Joh the Baptist’s eheadig
Mark has a simple beginning
o “tarts ith Jesus’ aptis
o There is a real problem with this
Seen in Matthew
John says that he should instead be baptized by Jesus, not the other way
around
Jesus consents to being baptized by John
o Interesting idea
Baptism tradition is special
Oldest account has John baptizing Jesus
Matthew has John baptizing Jesus because Jesus has told him to
do so
Luke has Jesus being baptized but not by John the Baptist
o Makes remark that all people who were baptized and
Jesus was too
o Holy Spirit descended upon him in bodily form
A physical incidence
Like a dove
Voice from heaven
John has Jesus not being baptized at all
Descent of the Spirit upon Jesus
The Temptation Story
o Spirit drives Jesus out into the wilderness
Three temptations
Q material
Between Matthew and Luke
o Matthe’s first teptatio is the third teptatio i Luke
Otherwise the stories are the same
At the end of Luke
o Verse 13
When the devil had ended every temptation, he
parted from him until an opportune time
Anaphoric reference
o When is the opportune time that
the devil will enter back in?
o Perhaps Luke 22
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RELG307 Lecture 24 Notes • Luke omits John the Baptist’s beheading • Mark has a simple beginning o Starts with Jesus’ baptism o There is a real problem with this ▪ Seen in Matthew ▪ John says that he should instead be baptized by Jesus, not the other way around • Jesus consents to being baptized by John o Interesting idea ▪ Baptism tradition is special • Oldest account has John baptizing Jesus • Matthew has John baptizing Jesus because Jesus has told him to do so • Luke has Jesus being baptized but not by John the Baptist o Makes remark that all people who were baptized and Jesus was too o Holy Spirit descended upon him in bodily form ▪ A physical incidence ▪ Like a dove ▪ Voice from heaven • John has Jesus not being baptized at all ▪ Descent of the Spirit upon Jesus • The Temptation Story o Spirit drives Jesus out into the wilderness ▪ Three temptations ▪ Q material • Between Matthew and Luke o Matthew’s first temptation is the third temptation in Luke ▪ Otherwise the stories are the same • At the end of Luke o Verse 13 ▪ When the devil had ended every temptation, he parted from him until an opportune time • Anaphoric reference o When is the opportune time that the devil will enter back in? o Perhaps Luke 22 ▪ At the last meal when the devil enters into Judas Iscariot ▪ Otherwise Jesus functions without much interaction with devil at all • Mark says demons are agents of Satan, and this is very important to him ▪ Both Mark and Matthew have John arrested after Jesus’ baptism • Matthew wants everything to happen in accordance to fulfillment of prophecy o Similar to the song that Zechariah sang at the birth of John the Baptist • Jesus’ opening message o Preaches gospel o Time is fulfilled, kingdom of God is at hand • R
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