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Outline of Exam Question: question 5

by: Jared Notetaker

Outline of Exam Question: question 5 Rel 150

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Here is my outline of question 5 for the Midterm essay examination.
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Date Created: 10/11/15
Midterm Examination Outline 10112015 Question 5 How do Matthew and Luke change stories from Mark Pick a speci c example and explain the reasoning that would have had an effect on Matthew and Luke Overview of differences between Mark Matthew and Luke 0 Mark is more of a harsh writer that focuses on suffering as well as the mistakes ofJesus o Keeps Jesus work a secret Matthew tends to embellish the story and add more general uff in the parables 0 Trying to prove Jesus is the new Moses so makes his actions more grand Luke usually wasn t as harsh as Mark but was more serious than Matthew 0 Trying to make Jesus out to be a healer and teacher The example 0 Conditions of Discipleship Mark 8 3438 0 You must deny yourself and take up your cross with him 0 Literally means take a cross with him because at this time Christians are literally being cruci ed in Rome 0 If you are faithful and let them kill you through Christ without denying him you will be saved after your Earthly body dies 0 If you don t die by denying Christ you will not have a soul and what is life without a soul 0 Matthew 10 3739 0 Points out breaking up the family may be necessary to follow Jesus 0 The effect this would have had was to emphasize the true family only existed with the New Moses and his faith 0 Luke 14 2627 0 Expands Matthew s idea of hating your mother and father will probably be necessary in this situation 0 The effect for Luke was to show that Jesus teachings are so powerful you must block out your earth family


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