Mark's Gospel

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anointing
The Old Testament custom of pouring oil onto kingsí heads at their coronation came to have Messianic signifi cance. Mark saw the anointing of Jesus at Bethany as a sign that he was the Messiah.
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ascension
The event 40 days after the resurrection, when Jesus returned to God, the Father, in heaven recorded in Luke 24 and Acts 1.
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authority
Christians believe that the Bible, religious leaders and statements of belief, eg "the Apostles" Creed should be respected as conveying deep religious truths.
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Baptism
The sacrament through which people become members of the Church. In Markís Gospel, John the Baptist used baptism as a way of washing away sins in readiness for the coming of the Messiah. He also baptised Jesus, though this was not connected with wash
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transfi guration
An incident in the New Testament when Jesus was lit up by divine light, through which the divinity of Jesus was revealed (Mark 9 2 ñ 9).
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Son of Man
A title used by Jesus of himself. In the Old Testament, the title was used of a heavenly being from God. Jesus used the title to stress that he was more than simply a human being and that he came with authority from God. Jesus also linked the title w
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Son of God
A title used for Jesus. Christians believe that before his birth as a human being, Jesus had always existed as God the Son. Also as used by the centurion after Jesus' death. Means a Righteous Man.
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