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4 Gospels- Theology XCP 2016
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Gospel writer also wrote the Acts of Apostles
This Gospel was the last to be written in around 90-100AD
We know the audience of this Gospel writer was NOT Jewish, because he often explains Jewish words & customs
The main theme of this Gospel is that Jesus suffers with us and his message of salvation is not just to the Jews, but to everyone-women, men, the poor, the sick, the handicapped, foreigners.
We know this Gospel was written by the Apostle, who was also a tax collector, because there are 44 references to money and finance in it
This Gospel writer was NOT a Apostle. He was a gentile convert known as the "beloved physician".
Gospel writer is pictured as a winged lion because his Gospel focuses on the Divine Sonship of Jesus
Main theme of this Gospel writers that Jesus is the fulfillment of all the Old Testament prophecies.
know as "the beloved disciple" was the only Apostle present at the crucifixion
Gospel writer is associated with the image of a "winged eagle" because he invites his readers to ascend to the heights of contemplation of the mystery of God.
Gospel writer is primarily where we get the "Hail Mary" prayer, because the words of the Annunciation and Visitation are detailed in it.
Gospel writer died a natural death while exiled on the Island of Patmos.
Gospel writer is associated in the image of a "winged man" because his Gospel emphasizes Jesus' connection to the human family tree of Abraham.
Gospel writer, Jewish and his audience was primarily Jews because his Gospel is loaded with references to the Old Testament prophecies and references to Judaism.
Gospel writer also wrote the Book of Revelation.
The only Gospel to include the "Parable of the Prodigal Son".
This Gospel is NOT one of the Synoptic Gospels.
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