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Theo 101 Week 6 lecture notes

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Theo 101 Week 6 lecture notes 101/41603

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- gospel of Mark, Matthew, Luke and John - Paul's letter to the Galatians
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Theology Week 6 Lecture Notes 0 Christology the study of Christ the anointed one should be called Jesus the Christ anointed Messiah 0 Mark Earlier than 70 Emphasizes Jesus as suffering Messiah adult Jesus Writing after Nero expels Jews from Rome 0 Matthew Written in 80 s and 90 s Infancy narratives babyJesus Genealogy pushes Jesus heritage back to king David born in Bethlehem royal Divine messiah Universal salvation stories open to Jews and non Jews 3 wise men non Jews recognize Jesus as a King Messiah paralleling Jesus to Moses as prophet Jesus family has to flee to Egypt king Herod killing all firstborn sons Jesus going into wilderness for 40 days 40 years in desert Jesus as new law giver Moses Jesus gives new law on sermon on the mount Moses 10 commandments Writes gospel in 5 sections Pentateuch Emmanuel God is with us 0 Luke Has infancy narratives as well Differences no wise men Universal salvation Christianity spreads beyond Judaism Rich and poor anawim poor 90 Different perspective for women sick and sinners Luke has Jesus as prophet from the beginning of his ministry Described as prophet of compassion and justice quotGospel of women Matthew Mark and Luke synoptic gospels Look at Jesus and start with human Jesus and reveal the Divine Low Christology unveils divine John Writes in the 90 s High Christology 9 start with divine end with divine Logos used to describe Jesus greek quotthe word Priestly account God speaks and it happens brings order Philosophical term unifying principle of the universe gives order Logos represents mind of God divine within individualshumans Hellenistic Judaism Sophia wisdom Sophia and logos interrelated intermediary of God argue it is or is not God no messianic secrets as in Mark 3 Part Movement 1 logos present with God 2 Jesus takes on human form 3 The son reutrns to the father Famous for quotI am All have Jewish Overtones quotI am who I am God to Moses Agent of God Seen as justification for anti Semitism John s gospel written after expulsion ofJewish Christians from synagogues Has people who have been turned away from their families quotThe Jews select few 0 Gospel ofJohn The word is eternal word is God with God Jesus divinity proclaimed God is creation Jesus light of World Paul s letter to the Galatians o Justification right relationship with God clear direct and focused 1 By works orthopraxis sacrifice pray fast giving of alms 2 By Faith Beliefs trust in God grace orthodoxy By faith and works roman catholic church view Lutherans refer to galatians catholics refer to letter to James Law Freedom Slavery In Paul s theology the three work together Key Writes letter against people questioning the gospel Individuals relationship to God using concept of Justification


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