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86 Cards in this Set

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Marks audience
Roman
Lukes audience
Gentiles
Johns audience
Greek
Marks focus
Christology
Lukes focus
Wisdom
Johns focus
Deity
Marks pace
fast
lukes pace
slow
Johns pace
supplemental
Marks style
emotional
Lukes style
scholarly
Johns style
Mystical
Marks purpose
evangelism (relational)
Lukes style
discipleship (leaders)
Johns purpose
evangelism (analytical)
Marks genealogy
None
Lukes genealogy
none
Johns genealogy
Adam through Mary
Jesus as savior of the world
Changing water into wine
John 2:1-11
Healing of nobleman’s son
John 4:46-54
Healing of lame man
5:1-15
Feeding of multitude
6:1-15
Walking on water
6:16-21
Healing of blind man
9:1-41
Raising of Lazarus
11:1-44
5 Disciples
1
Jesus’ Baptism
Mary/Jews
2
Water into Wine/Numerous Healings
Nicodemus
3
Numerous Healings
Woman at Well
4
Supernatural Knowledge of Her Past
Jewish Leaders
5
Healing of Lame Man
Jewish People
6
Feeding of 5000
Jewish People
7
(Previous: Healing of Lame Man)
Jewish Leaders
8
Supernatural Wisdom (Re: Adulteres
Jewish Leaders
9-10
Healing of Blind Man
Jewish People
11-12
Resurrecting Lazarus
11 Apostles
13-17
______
(Narrative)
18-19
(Arrest, Trial, Crucifixion
Women/11 Apostles
20
Resurrection
Peter
21
Large Catch of Fish
feast in John 6
and symbol
Passover-Bread of Life
feast in John 7
and symbol
Tabernacles-Water of Life
feast in John 8
and symbol
Lights-Light of the World
3 resurrection of Jesus
Jairus' Daughter
Widow's son, Nain
Lazarus
Location of resurrection of Jairus' Daughter
In a private home after a few hours
Location of resurrection of Widows son
At a public funeral after a day
Location of resurrection of Lazarus
At the tomb after 3 days
Jesus' title according to Mark, Luke
Son of man
Jesus' title according to John
Son of God
Jesus' title according to Matthew
Christ/Messiah
Jesus' significance according to Matthew
Israel’s deliverer
Jesus' significance according to Mark and Luke
Jesus’ humanity
Jesus' significance according to John
Jesus’ deity
Matthew's audience
Jews
Matthew's focus
Kingship
Matthew's pace
Moderate
Matthew's style
practical
Matthew's purpose
Discipleship
(Laymen)
John the Baptist
Elijah to come before Christ
“The Prophet” (1:20-21
Prophecy given by Moses to the Messiah, which the contemporary Jewish rabbis mistook for a forerunner to Elijah.
Nathanael/Bartholomew
-Despised Nazareth
-One of the apostles
-Called Jesus Christ the Son of God “Rabbi, you are the Son of God, you are the King of Israel.” (John 1:49)
Phillip
Recruited by Jesus Himself
Andrew
-Recruited by John the Baptist
-He also recruited Peter
Peter
-The Rock of the church
-Denied Jesus 3 times
Thomas
-Doubting Thomas
-“Let us go that we also may die with Him.” (John 11:16)
Annas
-Jesus trial was before Annas in John 18
-Father in law of Caiaphas
-Was the High Priest, but still had considerable influence.
Ciaphas
The High Priest at the time
Nicodemus
John 3; He was a Pharisee that came to Jesus how to enter the Kingdom. “How can a man be born again?”
Lazarus
-The man Jesus rose from the dead Three days after his death.
-Close friend of Jesus’
-Probably for the safety of Lazarus his story was not included in the synoptics.
Joseph of Arimathea
Gave Jesus his tomb
Mary Magdalene
-Testimony to the apostles, “Jesus is alive!”
-First person Jesus appeared to.
the Herodians
-Noblemen- Jew employed by Rome, some suggest they’re part of Herod’s own family.
-Worked with Pharisees to smooth talk against Jesus.
The Jews
John’s word for the Phraisees.
The “Word
-John 1:1; the Logos; Jesus.
“believe”
-Main theme through John
-Proves that it’s not just intellectual assent or private commitment. There’s got to be a public confession, as well (baptism).
-“Believe” means to commit my soul and my life to him, not simply “believing” that Jesus existed.
born of water
Physical birth
bread of life
Parallel with the Passover feast
Jewry
-Rich, educated, elite in Southern Israel
-Safe place for Jesus to stay
Mt. Gerizim
-The temple for the Samaritans, a replica of the Hebrew temple in Jerusalem. Associated with the woman at the well. (John 4)
Feast of Passover
-Last supper
-Rode into town on a donkey
-Also called “the seven day feast of unleavened bread.”
-The city of Jerusalem has about the capacity to hold 100,000, but it held about a million people during this Passover.
Feast of Tabernacles
-The High Priest led a formal parade-like procession to the pool of Siloam, which flowed under the city to symbolize the water flowing from the rock with Moses, which signified future blessing of the Messiah’s Kingdom.
-The story of the adulterous woman
Feast of Dedication (Lights)
-Parallel with “Light of the World”
Rabbi
Teacher
Rabboni
-Mary Magdalene called Jesus that. The Jews gave three titles to the teachers and Rabboni was the highest, meaning, “My Great Master.”
Seven Sign Miracles
-Water into Wine (2:1-11)
-Healing of a Noblemen’s Son (4:46-54)
-Healing of a Lame Man (5:1-15)
-Feeding the Multitude (6:1-15)
-Walking on Water (6:16-21)
-Healing of Blind Man (9:1-41)
-Raising of Lazarus (11:1-44)
I Am” Statements
-Bread of Life
-Light of the World
-Gate and Good Shepherd
-Resurrection and Life
-Way, the Truth, and the Life
-True Vine
Four Objective Witnesses to Christ’s Identity (John 5)
-John the Baptist
-Christ’s own miracles
-The Father Himself
-The Old Testament Scriptures: Regarding Messianic Prophecies
Three Things the Holy Spirit Convinces the World of About Jesus (16:7-11
•Sin
•Righteousness
•Judgment