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The Gospel
Gospel means Good News. They tell us about Jesus life mission and death.
Four Ways Christians Interpret the Bible
· literalism ­ every singe word in the Bible is literally true
· fundamentalism ­ the Bible is a factual historical record and it shouldn't be questioned
· conservative view ­ writers views and opinions have been written within the Bible inspired
by God so each word is not literally from God, we must use common sense and guidance
from the Holy Spirit to interpret it
· liberal view ­ authors were guided by God but as humans make mistakes everything
shouldn't be taken literally, the Bible can be interpreted symbolically as stories have a spiritual
deeper meaning
About Mark
Mark 1:1
· John Mark was from Jerusalem
This is the Good News about Jesus
· is one of the four evangelists that wrote the
Christ the Son of God.
Opening of Mark's Gospel
· he wrote the Gospel between 64-66AD in Syria or
· Mark makes it clear that the
Egypt but the traditional view is in Rome
gospel is good news and it is written
· his gospel is believed to be the first and the only
by a believer for other believers or
eye witness account
potential believers
· Matthew, Luke and John were believed to look at
· it is written from faith and for faith
Mark's gospel for guidance
· his sources included Peter and early Christians…read more

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· Mark was one of Peters (Jesus closest companion)
disciples so heard all his teaching about Jesus
Twelve Disciples
· they held meetings in Marks mothers house, so he
was there and heard everything they were saying
Paul & Barnabus
· most of the information probably · Mark went on a mission with them to preach and
came from word of mouth as that spread the word of Jesus
was the most common way of Written Sources
passing down information and most · stories of Jesus were written down for preachers
people in those times were not and teachers to use, the passion story would have
literate been written down by an eye witness
· "talitha koum" is Aramaic and was Eye Witnesses
said by Jesus in Jairus daughter, · people who heard Jesus preaching and saw his
only an eye witness would have miracles
known his actually words Ur Markus
· he wrote an earlier gospel written in Aramaic which
was the first version or draft he worked from
Divine Inspiration
· the Holy Spirit guided him and God directly inspired
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The Gospel tells us that Jesus life, death and
resurrection has brought something good to believers, a
Purpose new life on earth knowing we are fully loved by God and
a new life after death with God.
Mark 4:35-41 Reasons for writing the Gospel were:
· there was a storm and Jesus was with his · Christians being persecuted in Rome:
disciples on a boat to give hope and courage to those who are
· Jesus was asleep so they woke him "teacher afraid
don't you care that we are about to die" · apostles dying: eye witnesses were
· Jesus commanded the wind and waves "quiet, getting older and future generations might
be still" miss out
· it went completely quiet and he says "why are · heresy: to stop the threat of false beliefs,
you frightened? Have you still no faith?" to confirm and strengthen peoples faith
· the disciples were still scared "who is this man · delay of the second coming: since the
even the wind and waves obey him" world was not ending soon, the good news
Importance of the Gospel had to be passed down to generations
· it contains the life, death and resurrection of · teachings: to teach future generations
Jesus and his teachings giving Christians hope about Jesus and the word of God
in eternal life · stop political conflict: to show the
· nothing dangerous or to fear about Christianity government that Jesus was not a threat to
even in death as Jesus brought us new life their power and ruling
· through the hard times (storm) we must have · stop social conflict: early Christians
faith and trust in God, he will be there and sort could not take part in social events like
out our troubles (calm the storm) offerings as they didn't believe in it and they
· to inform us of the second coming so we can were thought of as cannibals and vampires
prepare because we eat and drink Christ…read more

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21 Century
After thousands of years Mark's Gospel still has authority, relevance and significance to
Christians today.
Mark's Gospel is a moral guide for us of how to act and behave in our life on
Earth to be good Christians so that we can receive eternal life in the Kingdom of
God. We must listen and follow it's teachings as it has been inspired by God and
has the words of which Jesus spoke. Even in this century there is still evil and
temptation in the world so we can look at the Gospel for help, support, inspiration
and advice. Jesus was human so he felt and went through everything we are
going through. He too went through hard and difficult times facing betrayal,
suffering, execution and death. But there is a happy ending and that is what we
must learn from the Gospel. We should persevere and lead a good life trying to
be a good disciple and follower of Jesus Christ because in the end all the hurt
and suffering we felt on Earth will go away when we are rewarded eternal life in
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