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    12:25 Barnabas, Saul, and John Mark returned to Jerusalem. The Church Commissioned Paul and Barnabas 12:25-13:3 God’s Providence The Gospel’s inclusivity Panel Title: Seriously, Reaching the Ends of the Earth The Apostles had preached the Gospel to Jerusalem, Judea, and Samaritans. Now, the church, partially through the ministry of Paul, whom Acts provides plenty of evidence, is going to emphatically proclaim the inclusive Gospel to the Gentiles. Beginning with the church’s commission over…

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    Luke Vs Synoptic Gospels

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    To me, the key differences between the gospel of Luke and the synoptic gospels largely derive from the role of the Holy Spirit in Jesus’ life and God’s plan for the world. This idea is exemplified by significant difference between the risen Jesus remaining as a presence in the church (Mark and Mathew) and the promise of Jesus sending the Holy Spirit’s companionship (Luke [24:48]). In addition, Jesus is a spirit- an empowered servant whose work here on earth will appeal to Isaiah’s prophecies…

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    Essay On 27-32 Luke

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    light of the overall purpose of the Gospel of Luke (Luke 1:1-4). Luke is writing his Gospel in order to give an orderly, and careful that Jesus is the promised savior. When viewing Luke 27-32 comfort can be found in the certainty of this story. This account of Jesus’ call to Levi, and offer to all sinners is real, and authoritative. Understanding that…

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    John 11 34-37 Analysis

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    Introduction to The Gospel of John and John 11:34-37 And He said, “Where have you laid him?” They said to Him, “Lord, come and see.” Jesus wept. Then the Jews said, “See how He loved him!” And some of them said, “Could not this Man, who opened the eyes of the blind, also have kept this man from dying?” (John 11:34-37) “Jesus wept”, in itself, is the shortest verse in the entirety of the Bible. It is two words, which in a sense, have never been said prior to this moment. Two words that may…

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    both Jesus in differently manner in each version. In Matthew and Luke, Jesus is described as the compassionate healer, and do not describe him as angry. Ehrman argues that Mark 1:41 had originally stated that Jesus got angry when the outcasted leper had asked him to heal him. Ehrman also mentions that in another part of Mark’s Gospel, Jesus gets angry when it came to the matter of healing (133-138). This difference in text leaves the reader wondering what caused Jesus to be angry. Was it…

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    in the Gospel of John Many people today discredit the validity of the Gospel of John because it includes content that may be interpreted as anti-Jewish. This material could be a reflection of the emerging division between Jewish Christian and Jews. In this paper, I will be inspecting the Gospel of John to validate the presence of anti-Semitic material. Exploration of the historical background of this time will be analyzed to determine the derivation of anti-Semitism within this gospel based…

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    film through a historically critical perspective, it is arguable that if it had been created with an outlook of the Gospels as historical texts, rather than sacred scripture, a majority of elements would be characterized differently. In case, many components of the film are questionable in their historical accuracy. Further, scholars generally agree that the authors of the Gospels were not eyewitnesses to encompassing events throughout, but rather were part an already established, growing…

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    Synoptic Gospels

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    Jesus’ ethics and morals are still crystallised for Christians today by a virtue of the gospel of Matthew, along with the other synoptic gospels, revealing a deeper understating of the portrayal of Jesus. Mathew’s Gospel is written to mainly satisfy the Jewish beliefs, this may differ to the other synoptic gospels as they all had a specific structure and style of writing to portray Jesus depending on their audience and time. Matthew’s representations of Jesus as being a teacher, a fulfiller of…

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    Exegesis and Hermaneutics: How to Interpret the Gospels and Epistles Matthew, Mark, Luke and John are the four Gospels which contain the rich history of Jesus ' life, death and Resurrection, which is the Good News that we as His follower 's need to share with other people (New International Version, Matthew 5:14-16). These books were written as eyewitness narratives of Jesus ' miracles and teachings so they are accurate historical records of Jesus ' life and sayings as a man here on earth. The…

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    missiology of Christianity in the early church. Opened not His mouth speaks of the Servant’s willingness to die for sinners; it also marks His dignity and authority as a lamb to the slaughter. To be cut off from the land of the living: This language clearly indicates that the Servant would die (Radmacher, 1999). For what can a man give in return for his soul (ESV Mark 8:37)? Herein lies the answer to that question in the life of the martyrdom of the disciples of Jesus…

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