Ethics Revision

Why was the baptism of Jesus so important to Mark?
- Jesus became a public and highly controversial figure who went against the religious leaders.
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What did Mark want his gospel to bring?
encouragement
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What does the Bible mean?
Good news.
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What does the passage on the man with Leprosy show about Jesus? (Mark 40-46)
It shows that he is the Son of God and has authority over sickness. It also shows how much he loves the man, 'filled with compassion'. This reinforces that Jesus is caring.
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What is abortion?
Abortion is when you kill a unborn baby in the mothers womb.
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What is Euthanasia?
Euthanasia is the termination of a very sick person's life in order to relieve them of their suffering.
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What is Chastity?
Chastity is when you do not have sex before you are married. You have committed yourself for one person.
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Do Christians agree with homosexuality?
Some Christians may say that it is not right to like someone of their own sex. God created Adam and Eve not Adam and Steve. 'You shall not lie with a male as with a woman. It is an abomination.' This shows that it is against Gods will.
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What did Mark want his gospel to bring?

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What does the Bible mean?

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What does the passage on the man with Leprosy show about Jesus? (Mark 40-46)

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What is abortion?

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