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Gospel of Mark

CT Midterm

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Mark's gospel had many references to trials and persecutions which may reflect whose persecution of the Christians after the burning of ROme in 64 AD? Nero
Mark's gospel included... Jewish customs
T/F Mark's gospel is considered to be the least intimate portrayal of Jesus that we have False
T/F Mark's gospel was named for Mark, a disciple of Jesus False
T/F In Mark's gospel, Jesus seems to show that there are some things he does not know but only the Father knows. True
T/F Mark's Jesus is shown as one who suffers greatly and speaks of the value of suffering True
Where was Mark's gospel written? Rome
Who was Mark's gospel written for? Gentiles
What language was Mark's gospel written in? Greek
T/F Mark's gospel was written first and therefore forms the foundations of matther and Luke's gospels True
T/F For centuries, Mark's gospel was considered to be a longer version of Matthew. False
T/F Marks's community was facing problems of being dissapointed that the Messiah had come but the end of the world had not True
Marks's community wanted to know how much longer they needed to suffer at the hands of who, who were persecuting them? Romans
Mark's gospel tried to tell us that if want the resurrection... we must suffer ourselves
What is Mark's main theme concern? the suffering nvolves in discipleship
What is the cost of discipleship? our very selves
What is the Messianic secret in Mark's gospel? Jesus Christ is and will remain a mystery
What is the symbol of Mark's gospel? the winged lion
Created by: rachel.zieverink
 

 



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