Mark's Gospel Intro

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Who were the Sanhedrin?
The Jewish council made up the Saduccees and pharisees. They dealt with the Jewish law.
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Who were the Pharisees?
They were part of the Jewish council and obsessed with Jewish law. They were separate from society because of this.
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Who were the Saduccees?
They were wealthy priests who controlled the temple. They were okay with Roman Rule
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Who were zealots?
People against the Romans
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Name 3 sources where Mark could have got his information from
Written sources, oral tradition, direct experience with Jesus
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The commandments?
A collection of 10 laws given by God
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Disciples?
Followers of Jesus
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The eye of a needle?
A metaphor used by Jesus to show that wealth makes it difficult to enter the kingdom of God
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The kingdom?
The rule of God in people's lives
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Levi?
A tax collector who was chosen to be a disciple
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Peters denial?
When peter said he was not a follow of Jesus after Jesus was arrested
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Self sacrifice?
Putting other peoples needs before your own
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Service?
An act of help or assistance
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Sons of Zebedee?
James and John whom Jesus called to follow him
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True family?
Those who follow the teachings of Jesus
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True greatness?
The teaching of Jesus that service of others is true greatness
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The twelve
The 12 people selected from the disciples to become Jesus' closest disciples.
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