Re- jesus ministry

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Why did the jews not want to pay taxes to the romans?
because it enabled them ot upkeep their army which let them run their empire efficently and remain in the jews promised land.
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What did the sadduces believe and not believe?
They took their beliefs only from the torah, taking no notice of the oral traditions and laws that tjhe pharisees held so highly. They did not belive in angels, life after detah or the messiah.
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What did the zealots believe?
They believed that violence was justtified to get the romans out of the promised land.
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What did the pharisees believe?
They believed the l;aws of the torah were supreme and mad ehundreds of laws to protect it. they reguarly argued with jesus casue he broke them. They believed in angels, life after death and the messiah.
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What was the sanhedrin?
The jewish council made up of 71 members, with Caiphas the igh priest at that time. Supervised running of the temple and was court of law for all but death. Had to be seen to support romans to keep position.
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Why did jesus disagree with the gentiles not being allowed to go further than the first court of the temple?
Because he believed that everyone was entitled to get to God and they were excluding the gentiles unfairly and preventing them for getting close to God- which is part of what he complains about in the incident in the temple.
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Where did jesus come from to be baptised?
Jesus cam from nazareth in the province of gailiee to be baptised by john in the jordan.
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It is important that children are baptised as infants rather than teenagers. What is one argument for this statement?
It washes away original sin and allows the child to get to God. Ihe parents also publicly commit to bringing the child up in a home where they will be taught about God.
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It is better for children to be baptised as infants rather than teenagers. What is one argument against this statement?
Being baptised as a teenager allows you to make your own statement of faith rather than it being your parents statement- you are commiting your own beliefs in God, following Jesus' own example.
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What does the story of the temptation show to modern-day christians?
that Jesus was tempted just as they were however he did not give into temptaion however hard it was- this story helps us to show faith that God will help us through times of temptation. helps to be self-disciplined and follow christ's example.
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What did Jesus ask his disceples when they came to the villages near caeserea phillipi?
Who do people say I am?
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How did the disceples respond to Jesus question?
Some say that you are john the bpatist, they answered. Others say that you are Elijah whislt others say that you are one of the prophets.
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What did Jesus say must happen to the son of man at caesarea phillipi?
the son of man must suffer much and be rejected by the elders, the chief priests and the teachers of the law. he will be put to death but three days later he will rise to life. he made this very clear to them.
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After peter took jesus aside and began to rebuke him, what was Jesus response in rebuking peter?
get away from me satan, your thoughts do nto come from God but from human nature.
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Why is caesarea phillip a watershed moment in jesus ministry?
It is the first time Jesus openly declares his identity, first time he teels the disceples he will suffer and die, first time he teels of his resurrection and it marks a change in hsi ministry as his focus switches from the crowds to the disceples.
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Why was caesarea phillipi important for the disceples?
At this point Peter and the others still believed that the messiah would be a great earthly power and warrior king. Jesus tried to show them here that this was not the case and to get them to understand that as true followers they must put self last.
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Why is caesarea phillipi important for christians today?
As jesus suffering and death and part of God's purpose, it shows christiians that thjeir suffering has a purpose even if they dont know it.
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how many days after cp did the transfiguartion take place?
six days
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Who did Jesus take with him for the transfiguration?
Peter, james and john
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As the disceples looked on, what happened to Jesus at the transfiguration?
"a change came over Jesus and his clothes became shining white- whiter than anyone in the world could wash them.
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Who did the disceples see standing with Jesus at the transfiguration?
Elijah and Moses
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What did Peter say to Jesus at the tramsfiguration?
"Teacher, how good it is that we are here! We will nake three tents, one for you, one for moses and one for elijah."
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"Then a clouyd appeared and covered them with it's shadow and a voice came from the cloud". What did it say?
This is my own dear son, listen to him.
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What did Jesus tell the 3 disceples as they cam down the mountain?
2Don't tell anyone about this until the son of man has risen from the death."
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What did Jesus white clothes symbolise?
Symbolised purity, and the whiter than anyone in the world could wash them shows Jesus' divine nature.
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What is the imprtance of Moses and Elijah?
Elijah prophesied that he would return when the messiah was coming to prepare the way for him.
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What was the importance of the transfiguartion for jesus?
It kept him focused on his mission.
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What was the importance of the transfiguration for the 3 disceples?
Having just had caesarea phillipi, it served to try and make them start understanding that in order to fulfill his mission of bringing people to God, jesus must suffer and die.
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