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author learned about jesus from apostle peter
mark
written around 70 c.e.
mark
portrays jesus expressing strong emotions
mark
written in rome for gentile readers
mark
scholars believe john mark wrote it.
mark
makes many references to trials and persecutions
mark
most intimate portrait of jesus
mark
shortest gospel
mark
stresses human suffering of jesus encourage the christians who were being persecuted for thier beliefs
mark
jesus was for everyone in this gospel
luke
written to offer christians help in understanding thier faith and its roots
luke
stresses jesus' mercy and compassion
luke
the first part of a two part series- 2nd part is the acts of the apostles.
luke
this gospel emphasizes the central role of the holy spirit
luke
was written by a physician wo was a well educated gentile who converted to chiristianity.
luke
written around 85 c.e.
luke
bridge of the old testament & new testament
matthew
only gospel to use the word church.
matthew
contains five speeches by jesus showing his role as a powerfull teacher.
matthew
written around 90 c.e.
matthew
contains more than 130 passages referred to the old testament.
matthew
written around 95 c.e.
john
fillled with symbolic language and images
john
deeply theological and reflective gospel.
john
most popular and widely used gospel in the early church
matthew