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5 Matching questions

  1. Mark - Style
  2. Matthew - Authorship
  3. πνεγματικα
  4. Kingly Tradition Paradigm
  5. Testimonia Theory
  1. a -fits a Roman mindset (give us the story, not the extra details)
    1) historic present tense
    2) participle pile up - lots of "ing"
    3) εὐθὐς - "immediately" used as a fill word
    4) Abruptness - not concerned with the birth of Christ, in the first 13 verses: OT foundations, John the Baptist, Jesus, Jesus' baptism, Jesus sent to the wilderness/temptation and the beginning of ministry
  2. b David, 'nuf said
  3. c Matthew is not a logical choice for an invented author
    Church Tradition: Papias - Matthew written in Aramaic
    Theory - an Aramaic testimonia book (M) became the basis of the Gospel along with Mk and Q.
  4. d -writing of OT Scripture fulfilled
    -OT and Jesus' fulfillment put together in a codex
    -used to debate/convince Jews of Jesus' messiah-ship
    -"notebook" format
  5. e spiritual
    Clement's comment on John

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. "word for word"
    -ich gehe nach Hause -> i go to house -> I'm going home
    -ex: NASB
    -danger: can fail to make clear
  2. 90s
    -Liberals say Christology is too advanced and place it around 200
    -1920, P52 (fragment of a copy) discovered. dated 100-125
    in order for copies to exist, it had to come earlier.
  3. Harmonies
    -combined Gospels into one, called a harmony
    -examples: Tatian's Diatessaron (c. 150), Augustine (400)
    -maintained Matthew came first, written in Hebrew
    -Mark is a Greek recension (reader's digest version)
  4. ...
  5. -to answer the question "Who is He?"
    -Mark is claiming Jesus is the Son of God, despite the cross

5 True/False questions

  1. Luke - StructureThree themes woven together throughout the book
    "L" Material of the Infancy Narrative:
    -Mtt writes about scripture fulfilled, Lk writes like he's continuing scripture
    -canticles (Mary's Magnificat = Hannah's Song in I Sam)
    -Samuel parallels


  2. Style of Writing
    (evidence of Markan Priority)
    -Mark is shorter
    -If a recension, why would he leave out the Lord's Prayer, Beatitudes, "love your enemies..." ?


  3. John's Relation to the Synoptic Gospels
    (three theories)


  4. John's "I am" Statements-to answer the question "Who is He?"
    -Mark is claiming Jesus is the Son of God, despite the cross


  5. Jewish Expectation (and speculation) of Messiah...


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