Unit 1-Background to St Mark's Gospel

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Unit 1-Background to St Mark's Gospel
1 The Calming of the storm
2 St Mark
2.1 Peter's Interpreter, wrote down accurately what Christ had said and done
2.1.1 Papias (an early christian writer) claimed this
2.2 Traveled with...
2.2.1 St Paul and Barnabas to Cyprus
2.2.2 Peter to Rome
2.3 Part of the bible?
2.3.1 His Mother may of owned the house where the Last Supper took place
2.3.2 The naked man who ran away at Jesus' Arrest
3 The Gospel
3.1 Written in 70 AD
3.1.1 40 years after Jesus began his Ministry
3.2 Written in Rome (Traditional view)
3.3 Why a delay in writing it?
3.3.1 Plenty of eye witnesses
3.3.2 Teaching suggest Jesus would return
3.4 Literally means Good News
3.5 First Line: " This is the Good new about Jesus Christ, the Son of God"
3.6 Liberalist View
3.6.1 May contain some mistakes because authors are human
3.6.2 Focus on Spiritual truth behind stories
3.7 Literalist View
3.7.1 No mistakes because completely inspired by God
3.7.2 Everthing in the bible lierally happened as it was Written
4 Sources of the Gospel
4.1 Eye Witness Accounts
4.1.1 Peter
4.1.2 12 Disciples
4.1.3 People who had been cured by Jesus
4.2 Written Sources
4.2.1 Matthew's Gospel
4.2.2 The Passion Story
4.3 Oral Tradition
4.3.1 Stories past on by word of mouth
4.4 Direct experience of Jesus
4.5 Divine Inspiration
4.5.1 Being breathed into by the holy spirit
5 Why did Mark write the Gospel?
5.1 To Spread the Good news
5.2 To Perserve accounts
5.3 To reasurre and encourage persecuted Christians
5.4 To encourage others to become Christians
5.5 To ensure there was an accurate account
5.6 The delay of the 2nd coming

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