Death and resurrecion

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What was the meaning of the last supper for mark?
Marks account links closely with passover. That he wanted us to understand that Jesus' death signalled the new coveant, relationship with god. Shows us Jesus' being an observant Jew who followed the correct rules of passover.
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What was the significance of the last supper for Mark?
Shows Christians of the suffering to come. At the time of Mark writing there was lots of persecution, so he was showing them that Jesus would save those who beileved through the linking of last supper and passover.
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What is commemoration?
Taking part in the ceremony of the bread and wine is to remember Jesus' last supper.
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What is Receptionism?
The belief that Jesus is spiritually present in the bread and wine that has been blessed by a priest?
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What is Transubstantiation?
The belief that the bread and wine is blessed in the Mass mysically become Jesus' body ad blood.
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Why is the ceremony of the last supper so important to Christians today?
Jesus was about to sacrafice himself to save others from sin and death. When re-enacted are reminded of his sacrifices he made.Strengths the belief and feel closer to God,Communion gives strength to support each other.
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What is the meaning of Jesus' prayers in the garden of Gethsemane?
Shows Jesus' as both son of man and son of god. That Jesus had obedience and acceptance to God. How he forgave the disciples for falling asleep as he knew they were only human. Jesus knew what was going to happen to him and stayed.
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Problems that can be caused by prayers in Gethsemane?
Jesus' reaction to his predicted death (part of the trinity that means he is God) no need to pray, or show fear. If he is divine why did he act scared. That he is praying to god shows that Jesus didnt trust Gods plan (didnt trust he could resurrect)
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What is the significance of the betrayal?
Shows that the arrest of Jesus was at night and out of the public eye. That the temple authorities arriving not knowing the sort of messiah he was.
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Was the trial before the high priest fair?
No.Death penalty trials were to take place during daylight.No clear charges were made or offically charged or had time to prepare defence. Was no real witnesses to his blasphemy (didnt agree). That Jesus never said Gods name.
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What are the conflicting views of pontius pilate?
Marks account portrays him as weak and ineffectual (went with the public). Pontius knew Jesus was innocent and the trial was wrong.Pilate never made the decision by himself (crowd decide) knew the temple authorities had manipulated the crowd
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What is Golgotha?
The place of the skull, the place where Jesus was crucified.
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Why did Jesus had to die?
Orginal sin. A sacrifice. To abolish death.
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What is the meaning of the burial of Jesus for modern christians?
Gives us the proof that Jesus did died.That because he rose again from the death tha he will keep his word and that we will join him in heaven. The presence of Joseph of Arimathea is also significant.
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What did the angels message tell them in the resurrection?
That the crucified man had risen (how it was told to the disciples a few days before). To take the message to the disciples and Peter. Jesus was already in Galilee.
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What is salvation?
Poeple are saved from their sins and brought closer to God through Jesus' death and resurrection.
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